Hi all –
The Punahou Carnival just ended, and, as usual, our class at the Malsadas Waikiki booth. (No “unusually” shaped malasadas this year.) Although it rained off and on, from what I heard, we made as many malasadas as last year when the weather was picture perfect. So, either we made reallly big maladadas or the sales were just a little more erratic. I would have brought a camera, but with the rain and the grease of malasadas, I whimped out. Sorry.
Hmmm…the rain. Lower Field was a muddy mess and the problem, I think, was that it didn’t rain hard enough to cause the grounds crew to leap into action, but it rained enough that it was a mess. But how can you have Carnival without the mud and rain?
New things at Carnival? For those of you who haven’t been for a few years, the biggest deal is the video screen at the new science building. They show student-made videos at night and it really is pretty entertaing. The scary part is that quite a bit of the the music they were playing is from our generation. I guess that is what passes for classic rock nowdays.