After I get those ideas implanted into my head, the ideas never go away. All I can think about is that idea and how it will turn out. Then, I imagine it turning out perfect, with no little hiccups along the way.
Sometimes, though, those ideas don’t go according to plan.
Last week, I got to notion in my head to make candy. Not just any sort of candy, no, honeycomb candy. The first time I had a honeycomb candy was when I was in Australia visiting family and I had a Violet Crumble. Violet Crumbles are melt-in-your-mouth honeycomb candy bars that are dipped in chocolate. They are absolutely delicious.
I don’t know what reminded me of them, but I suddenly wanted to make my own honeycomb candy. I am not a candy maker-yet. I have made it once in my life, and yet, I somehow thought that this honeycomb candy would turn out perfect.
Candy maker extraordinar I am not. The honeycomb candy did not turn out perfect. In fact, I burnt it before it reached the 300 degree mark. The house