About Ashley

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ashley. I live in Lexington with my boyfriend, David, who is the guinea pig for most of my creations.

We have two evil cats. Don’t be fooled by those sweet faces, they’re evil!

The one on the left is Tybalt and the one on the right is Duncan.  They’re named after characters from Shakespeare.

I suppose that’s a good segue into what I do. I’m a graduate from Murray State University, where I received a BA in Theatre and a minor in Dance. I spent two amazing summers in New York working at a place called Stagedoor Manor. It’s a performing arts camp for children and is without a doubt, the best place in the world.

I’m back home in Lexington now, trying to figure out what I want to do. If life was easy, I would open up a combination Bakery/Dance Studio and call it Sprinkles & Twinkle(Toes).

I’m kidding about the name. I think.

But unfortunately, life is not easy and I don’t have thousands of dollars for my bakery/dance studio. So more than likely, I will go to UK for grad school and get my master’s degree so that I can teach theatre.

While I may not have my life set in stone, I most definitely have plans for it.

I suppose I’ll just sit back, enjoy the ride and see what happens next.

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2 Responses

  1. Howdy, Ashley! This is the first blog I’ve ever read and I’m in! What a great idea and I’m looking forward to finding out more recipes. I was planning on making marinara sauce tonight as a matter of fact from the slightly old tomatoes that Nicole picked for us while we were gone and Ronnie just put them in her fridge. I hope they’ll be okay–I figured a sauce was the best thing for them. I’ll let you know! (I don’t have any wine–what would you substitute?) Love, Jennifer

  2. The wine is just there to add extra flavor. Since you don’t have wine, I’d add in some extra veggies. Maybe some carrots and red pepper…Just toss them in with the onions until they’re soft! Or…Veggie stock might do the trick. Just use enough to deglaze the bottom of the pan. I’ve never tried it, but I’m sure it’ll be tasty!

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