Vanilla Becoming Chocolate
One of my favorite sights!
This morning I decided to bake a cake. I licked the beaters (very carefully, see “Pound Cake” http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-EuUj92o1caIrYJG6AWg-?cq=1&p=35 ) and made sure I left a good amount of batter in the bowl. This I took care of before lunch. Then when the layers had cooled a bit, I took them out of the pans and rubbed together those little bits that stick and have such a delicious flavour of Breton butter. I took care of those after lunch â so basically I managed to have dessert before and after lunch plus there is still a whole cake left. Heh, heh.
These whirling motifs are among my favorite. If you start looking around, you may see them everywhere, and I don’t just mean when the bathwater is going out. Look at shells, at the leaves dancing in the wind, clouds, the frost patterns on windows, water, the leavings at the tide’s edge, sunflower seed heads, Romanesco broccoli,â¦
It makes me think maybe the Creator likes this motif also.
Perhaps you feel you are in downward spiral. Sit down a minute so that things stop spinning and then decide to embark upon an upward one. You will find it is contagious. You can test this with a smile or a frown around you. All of our actions make ripples and spread.
Hey, it’s not very often I get to use chocolate to represent virtue.