Stealth Is Not My Strength

The sisterhood started by Sophie Slim was out in force this weekend with a ninja cookie drop

170 recipients from round NZ received a surprise parcel of baked goodies

Delivered in stealth by over-excited sisterhood members everywhere – or not so stealthly in my case.

I had one of those is this the right house?I don’t want to leave it in the letterbox in case they don’t check itwhere is the right door?…. kind of moments.

In the end I came to the ranch slider with a whole family looking at me on the other side as I checked using mime if I had the right number then I dropped the cookies in full view of them all and ran – no not at all an awkward mr bean type moment……!!!


So much fun though – secret baking missions are the best. I’m sure there will be another one in the future.

Thanks Sophie and the sisterhood for organising such a great, love sharing activity.

Course if you are all disappointed you missed out you can always just do your own for fun – bake, package, drop – make a strangers day.


5 responses

  1. Thank YOU for being YOU xxx
    I received a ninja bake and have been overcome ever since
    SUCH a kind hearted thing to do for another

  2. Love it! you are an awesome, if visible, cookie ninja!!

  3. You’ll have to work on your stealth skills for next time! Wasn’t it fun?!?!

  4. Great effort….I struggled getting the gate open at my cookie drop…thought that was gonna be the end of it…but figured it out eventually! What a fab experience to be a part of!

  5. Oh thank you so much for a good belly-laugh this morning! What a great ninja-sister story!

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