It is now, really, offically summer, no matter what the weather. 

Happy Independence Day! 

Our crew has arrived in Wainscott for the summer!  Once again we have a great, interesting mix.  The eldest daughter of one of our oldest friends!  (Hard to imagine.)  A friend of hers, the daughter of another nearby business owner, a college guy who summers nearby, and a teenager who we’ve watched grow up with the Wainscott shop.  All along with our resident artist, of course, Aurelio, who is back.  We’ll take a few weeks and introduce them, ideally before summer is over!


We’ll start this week with Mariko, who was born in Osaka, Japan, grew up in Massachusetts and goes to college in Colorado.


Name:  Mariko Blakely


What’s your sign:  Aquarius


Where did you grow up?  Born in Osaka, Grew up in Massachusetts


What is your favorite color?  Purple


What is your favorite thing at the bakery?  The Bug!


Cat or Dog?  Cat


If you could be a cookie package, where would you want to be shipped?  North Pole – Santa loves cookies!


What smells best when it is in the oven?  Banana chocolate chip bread


Chocolate chip walnut or chocolate chocolate chip?  Chocolate chip walnut


What is your favorite song played at the bakery?  Suddenly I see – K.T. Tunstall


What is your least favorite song played at the bakery?  Heaven is on its way.


If you could be one thing in the bakery, what would you be and why?  Rustic fruit tart because it is super colorful.


Make a statement that defines you.  Carpe Diem


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