Diana's Heavenly Cupcakes!


What a week!!!

Posted on 13 May, 2013 at 23:27
This past week was super busy! My busiest week yet...a BIG thank you to Kim T. for ordering 8 dozen cupcakes for a party for her mother. Thank you to my other customers who also placed orders last week, I appreciate it, and as always my cupcakes were also sold at the soccer fields! This week is going to be hopping again, I have an order for another party and my cupcakes will be sold on Sat. at 9AM at the Jeannette Soccer Fields. I will be bringing a NEW FLAVOR this week....Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcake! See you there!!!

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Reply Hilda
6:21 on 13 October, 2022 
By Doyinsola Oladipo

NEW YORK, April 20 (Reuters) - BMW began pre-sales of the seventh generation of the BMW 7 Series on Wednesday, featuring for the first time
an all-electric luxury sedan as well as hybrid and internal combustion engine (ICE)

All three versions will be assembled on the same production line in BMW's Dingolfing plant,
with the first deliveries worldwide to take place from November 2022.

The i7 electric vehicle (EV), a competitor to Mercedes' electric EQS, will
start at $119,300 in the United States and 135,900 euros in Europe.

Chief Executive Oliver Zipse predicted that demand for the ICE model would be higher in the United States, where there is less stringent regulation of carbon emissions than in Europe or
the United Kingdom.

"The markets in China, Europe and Americas developed quite differently," Zipse said at a
roundtable in New York.

"In Europe you have a growing electric vehicle (EV) market for all brands. In the U.S. you have one brand that is super successful. It's completely different," he

"The approach we're taking to put flexibility first works much better."

Three-quarters of EVs sold in the U.S. in 2021 were Tesla cars, compared to just 16.4% in Europe, with
the Volkswagen brand only around 1,200 cars behind, according to data from research firms Cox Automotive and JATO Dynamics.

Zipse, who has long advocated against an all-out
ban of combustion engine vehicles, said companies must be careful not
to become too dependent on the countries controlling resources essential for EVs.

Rising prices of the raw materials needed for batteries made it even more important to carry on investing
in combustion engine cars, sales chief Pieter Nota added in a roundtable in Munich.

All cars will be equipped with Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities,
but the carmaker is awaiting permissions from regulators to enable the feature - likely to take around 1-1/2 years
in Europe, a spokesperson said.

(Reporting by Doyinsola Oladipo in New York,Christina Amann in Munich; Writing
by Victoria Waldersee; Editing by Miranda Murray and David Evans)