DAY…I DON’T KNOW OF QUARANTINE…
Okay, so is this where I get inspirational? Well, I have had a fantastic week. You see there in the picture where I am with a horse. Well, I got to touch a horse for the first time in my 18 years, isn’t that amazing? Well, for me, it is I was so scared but yet so amazed. I am an inquisitive person, and I think that’s something that I like about myself but at the same time dislike. If you know me on a personal level, you know that I am always asking questions or looking at what you’re doing and not being nosey, but I love to learn. Whenever I want to do something, I either look at the video or ask people questions about how to do it.
Well today is Wednesday, and today we wear pink, I have made a red velvet cake but with a little twist. You have seen vanilla and chocolate tres leches, but have you seen a red velvet tres leches cake. OMG, it was the best thing in the world, so many flavors just in a bite. I love it. Is this supposed to be a daily journal or a cooking journal? I always talk about food, but it’s the only thing I see on my TikTok and youtube. I have to try and make them. I hate it. I am going to get fatter. I really am loving the new things that I have in mind for after this quarantine is over. I can’t wait. I have kinda my life planned after high school. How exciting.
Today marks the end of April and the beginning of a new month of May. It’s a sad month for the class of 2020 and me. Well, for me, it is. It would have been our last month of high school, our last time seeing our teachers and administrators, And most important, our graduation. We are still having our ceremony, but it’s not the same. I wanted to spend the last month of my senior year in a classroom planning everything for our graduation with my classmates and having our award assembly, and because of this pandemic, we can’t do that. Let this be a lesson for our future red wolves graduates. Future graduates take advantage of the time you have in school, take as many pictures as you can, have fun but also pass your classes. Go to school more often and just live each day as if it was going to be your last day in high school.