One of my nieces, Bonnie Adams, is a contestant in the first episode. Her father is David Cunningham, my brother.
Bonnie shares a business called “Inspired Sugar” with her friend, Breanna Kealey. They both appear in the first episode of Sugar Rush. I’m not sure where Bonnie lives today, but I know it’s in the Phoenix metro area.
I seem to remember Queen Creek. If I’m not mistaken, all the baking happens at home. From what I gather, their business is doing very well.
I won’t watch any more episodes. It’s just not my thing. I watched the first episode only because Bonnie is a contestant in it. Unfortunately for her team, they didn’t win. I think they should have because the winner’s cake was gimmicky, to say the least.
Most of the relatives I’m in contact with on Facebook have already seen the show. I spoiled it for a nephew because I posted my thoughts on Bonnie’s timeline before he was able to watch it.
The older I get, the less I like eating sweets. I drink my coffee black with two teaspoons of sugar, but the volume of coffee in my mug is usually closer to two cups than one.
My son, Joseph, offered me donuts this morning and I could only eat one. Donuts tend to be too sweet for me. Truth be told, I eat (and drink) some things just to keep people from being offended.
What goes up must come down. A sugar rush is like a sugar high, which eventually turns into a sugar low, making me extremely tired. It’s one of the reasons I avoid eating anything that can cause that reaction in me.