I haven’t had a very productive week. I have pretty much just gone to school, then home, school, home, etc. Today, however, I finally broke the old boring routine. After a horrible night of sleep, I finally rolled out of bed and started my day. I had big plans to make a cake for the Speer family Easter celebration this Saturday. I wasn’t going to make just any cake but a “Bunny Cake.” I had found some pictures and directions on how to take two round cakes and make a cake that looks like a bunny.
The first thing I had to do after purchasing the goodies was gather all my ingredients and equipment.
After that, I had to come up with a design of how I wanted my bunny to look. Obviously, it took a couple of drafts. There are even more on the bottom of this sheet, but they started looking a little possessed.
This is the scene after my many icing color mixes.
This was the final product. I was so proud. The hardest part was a toss up between trying to find a tray big enough for him and icing the sides of the bunny.
On another note, today I got to figure out and plan my schedule for the next few semesters. I am so excited to begin the journey towards my degree in dietetics. I am taking two summer classes this year. I will take one in June and the other in July. Unfortunately, this means that I will probably be unable to go on vacation with my family when they go to the beach. I will be taking 16 hours in the fall, and they are Monday through Friday. All in all, it is not a horrible schedule, but I am pretty nervous about Business Statistics. If all goes well, I will be graduating in two years. HIPHIPHOORAY!!!
Tonight, I have been working on some university writing homework. It is actually one of the few times that she actually sent us home with an assignment. However, I have become so confused on what I am supposed to be writing that I am unable to completely finish. Hopefully, tomorrow I will be able to go to class and get some help. On American Idol tonight, I got very disappointed with the results. Paul McDonald went home. I was so upset. I loved his voice, pearly whites, and quirkiness on stage. I hope everybody has a safe night through the storms headed towards Arkansas.