This is my first official installment in my Maid of Honor Diaries series, since my cousin has officially asked me to be her MOH. (She asked back when I was in Houston about a day after she got engaged, but I don’t blame her for being excited!)
This is my last official installment in my #Pokemon20 Mythical hunt. I included getting Magearna in here too since the weekend vlog was so short! We were busy seeing my cousin SLAY as Annie in Annie Jr. I wish I had a clip of her singing, you guys! The wouldn’t let us take photos or video… children’s theatre, man.
Sorry that the weekend vlog is so late– I’ve been sick and I could barely muster the strength. This is actually the unofficial start of a little series I’ll call Maid of Honor Diaries… so, follow along!
As you are reading this, I am up in the air en route to Las Vegas! There will be vlog(s), so stay tuned to find out what I’m up to out there. Until then, you can follow along on instagram or snapchat: nikkisee47!
To tide you over, I strung together the rest of my fourth of July footage for you:
Hope everyone is having a fun, relaxing summer!
This title is not only relevant to the episode, but also my main interests in life… on to MasterChef Junior!
The Mystery Box comes with one big mystery box containing the judges in space suits. Astronaut Tracy Dyson guests and impresses the heck out of both the children and me. Since, as Tracy says, real astronauts know that the moon is made of cheese, the kids pull open their Mystery Boxes to see a bunch of different cheeses. Their task is to make an out of this world cheese dish. (Thank you, MCJ; so much better than marshmallows!)
Kaitlyn wins! Before her advantages are announced, the judges take it back to earth for the elimination test– they wheel out a bunch of fish. To tie to moon to the sea, Graham shows the kids how to filet a fish using the GIANT moon fish.
Kaitlyn doesn’t have to cook and also gets to pick a peer to go through to the next round with her. She chooses Addison. Kaitlyn also gets to act as fish monger, tossing the chosen fishes to the kids about to cook.
Avery is so spunky. Her decision making process for this dish seemed to be “my daddy likes it,” and that was just too cute. Jaecelyn didn’t taste her fish because she doesn’t like it. Derek is praised for having the best palate in the MCJ kitchen. Vivian’s sauce doesn’t go with fish. Kya is the cutest thing and my current favorite. Kyndall’s veggies are uncooked. Nate impresses with Asian flavors despite the fact that he’s “not really Asian.” Too cute. Ian’s dish goes well despite not needing the potatoes, but MAN this kid makes me nervous in the kitchen. I’m not sure about his skills.
Nate is the winner!
Jaeclyn, Vivian, and Kyndall are called out for bottom dishes. Jaeclyn is sent back to cook another day. Vivian and Kyndall go home.
We’ve still got 18 kids in the kitchen and some still have a way to go to distinguish themselves. Anyone sticking out in the pack to you? I’m loving Kya and Sam!
And look guys! I finally ran again! Plus spin class, as usual. Baby steps.