Watermelon and Hamburgers CAKE

That's right. Kate and I totally rocked my annual 4th of July cake. Check it out.

THAT'S ALL CAKE! You better think it's the coolest thing you've seen today because we spent the entire day making this. (Jessica, I was definitely thinking about you when we were making this cake because I knew you would appreciate it the most.) I think it came our really well.

Close up:
The rinds on watermelon and tomato slices on the burgers are made out of our homemade fondant. The rest is cake and frosting.

It was a good day all around today. Kate called me at 8:30 to let me know she was going to be here in 30 minutes. I vaguely remember telling her to bring her swimsuit so we can go "hot-tubbin'". We started the day off with her awesome waffles. (Kate ate her plain. Mine were covered in bananas, syrup and whipping cream.) Then we made a whole bunch of cake and fondant and put the cake in the freezer. Fondant was a pain in the ass and I will never attempt to make it myself again.

Kate and I danced! That was the best part of the day. Kate helped me with most of the choreography for my street performance. I am so happy with it, I'm almost looking forward to street performing. I still need to work on it more because I keep forgetting steps but it looks goooood.

Then we arranged and frosted the cake on the platter. That was, by far, the most difficult/messy/annoying/satisfying part of the making of this cake. Kate kept hatin' and saying how we were just making a mess. We were, but we weren't JUST making a mess, we were creating a masterpiece.

At 7:30 we went to see fireworks in Thousand Oaks. They were awesome. On the way out of the parking lot this DUDE totally cut right in front of us and everybody else in line to turn left from the right (empty) lane. (6AYU398, you're an asshole.)

I hope everybody else had as much fun as I did this 4th of July! Happy Independence Day!


  1. А когда street перфомить пойдёшь? Пусть там кто-нибудь снимет твоё шоу. Организуй, пожалуйста.


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