I am thankful for everything I had in 2011.
I turned 11 on April 10, 2011.
I joined the Junior Master Chef competition and made it to the top 30 finalists.
My brother and I went to basketball classes last summer.
My family and I went to Avilon zoo.
I learned how to cook restaurant recipes in Sylvia Reynoso Gala’s Culinary Arts school.
I started a web show called “The Adventures of a Junior Chef” on YouTube.
I also started this blog.
I saw my old friend , Andres again on his b-day.
We went to the Lantern Parade in U.P.
I’m thankful that I was a finalist in the Philippine Blog Awards.
I am thankful that I met many great new friends- Pinoy Food Writer, Ms. Chun Valencia, sisig lover, Mr. Fred Briones , Mr. Martin Banana from Bacolod Food Hunter, Kat from she cooks, he eats, and the nice lady from Love2Type. I also met new friends from Junior Master Chef.
I’m thankful that my new friend, Mr. Martin Banana , drew a picture for me. It made me happy on New Year’s Day.
I am thankful that we went back to our lola’s old house at Sunnyside Heights to do a rummage sale.
I’m also thankful for our charity named the Healthy Kidchen.
What I learned about myself and my family
I learned that I’ll be a great chef someday. I learned that I love cooking and I hate baking. I like to be with my friends and my family. I also like to learn more recipes.
I learned that my sister wants to be a pianist when she grows up. My brother wants to be a drummer, an artist, a waiter, a basketball player and a chef.
We want to help people. We like to be together. We all want to learn new and wonderful things. We always want to be happy. We want to see everyone really happy. We want everyone to be healthy, too.
What I want to do this year
This year, I’ll complete all of Sylvia Reynoso Gala’s Culinary Arts courses and I’ll join another cooking contest. I’ll cook all the dishes in my cookbooks.
That’s it for today everyone! Happy New Year!