I realize that this is the last blog post of my school year.
Time flies doesn’t it?
My first blog post was about how to frost some cupcakes…
It’s that time of the school year again…
In case if you don’t know where this fabulous image is from, it’s taken from the cinematic creation called Frozen, the latest hit from Disney Animation Studios. Now, it’s been awhile since Disney made a truly good musical; you know, the one that wrenches your heart and questions your thoughts about humanity.
I’m not going to give any spoilers, but Frozen is so wonderful that I’ve watched it 3 times, and I’ve cried each time. It’s an amazing story about sisterly love, subjecting yourself to true love, which is putting someone else’s needs in front of yours, and of course, Princesses and Princes, like any classic Disney film. Continue reading RE:Framed: Let It Go!
I’ve always had a dream that one day, I’d open a world class bakery/cupcakery catering to sweet tooths all over.
But, honestly, I don’t know if I’d actually have the patience (or the fiance) to sprout a bakery form scratch. I mean, I’d have to pay rent, figure out all the business junk, and all that craziness. Continue reading RE:Framed: A (Krimi) Sweet Creation…..
My piping bag is like an artist’s paint brush. I can create beautiful swirls and roses and flowers and just anything that comes to mind. With varying pressuring and degrees of hand strokes, I can make anything.
I mean, look a these wonderful beauties. I think cake decorators don’t get enough credit for the work they put out And I think that cake art is the BEST kind of art because it’s edible. Continue reading RE:Framed: Cake Decorating is Art
One of the many joys of life and happiness is laughter. What makes us laugh? The things that make us laugh are things that we find funny. Therefore, humor is subjective. Humor is something that we think about that makes us laugh. Things are not funny just because they’re there. They are funny because we make them funny. Continue reading RE:Framed: Baking Humor
How do these 3 things relate you may ask?
This week I’ve been fortunate enough to finish all 3 of Sophocles’s plays about Oedipus roller coaster journey. Much to my dismay, it was surprisingly an interesting play with messages that I think should be portrayed in more of today’s young-adult fiction. One of the major themes in the book is pride, and hubris. Continue reading RE:Framed: Pride and Love and Baking