One of the heavy responsibilities I carry upon my shoulders as Executive Director of CBI is to participate in the solemn, dare I say sacred, task of judging the brownies during our junior program "Brownie Day". Now a long tradition, Brownie Day is that annual event at CBI, and perhaps a once in a lifetime opportunity, for some of our juniors, to test their brownies against their peer's brownies. I am of course honored to have the privilege to help judge the brownies on their many fine qualities - chocolate, chocolate swirl, chocolate fudge, chocolate caramel, chocolate peanut butter, chocolate walnut, did I say chocolate?chewy, cake like, with walnuts, with pecans, with chocolate chips, thick, thin, frosted, the list goes on and on. How, I wonder to myself, am I going to be strong enough to shoulder this heavy burden? I don't know. I can only say I will do my best and hope that my best is not just good enough but pretty darn good. I will also bring some cold milk to properly cleanse my palate. Please think kindly upon me and wish me well. I will strive to not let you down. Attached - a picture of a poster recently posted at CBI.
How could anyone forget? I will faithfully report back to you when I have fully recovered.