Time flies when you are having fun. It's been 9 years since we got married. During those times, we have experienced many great joyful and sad teary moments. There were times when we faced huge obstacles in front of us. However, we've realized that God's ways have been far bigger and stronger than problems we faced. We often are still in awe of how we get to where we are! We continue praying for God's guidance and providence for our days to come, and hope that we, as individual and as a family can be blessing for people around us.
We didn't go out or have a special dinner because hubby isn't a big fan of celebrating "important" dates, but I baked a cake for our anniversary. The cakes were regular yellow and chocolate cakes. The flower was peony, similar to ones I made for our brother's wedding two years ago. Since the wedding, I never used the flower mold, so I thought I needed to use it again (and again) so it's worth the money I spent . For something like that, I wish I had some friends who had the same hobby as mine so we could lend each others baking stuffs. That way I won't feel guilty of buying baking tools since I knew someone else could use it . Anyway. I used fondant for the outer part of the cake, and butter cream icing to glue the fondant to the cake. The cream was leftover from my mother in law.
Just like our marriage, the cake also wasn't perfect. I was still not comfortable working with fondant althought I've watched a lot of cake decorating shows! Nonetheless, hubby said it was good! He's just too sweet