Threads of Understanding
I don’t get what life is all about.
But there are threads of understanding
That I sometimes see in the
Tapestry that is my existence.
Now and again, a thread is gold colored, and the
Clarity of my comprehension is shining bright.
Every so often one shows up as purple, for healing,
Mine, or someone else’s.
But in truth, most of the time I don’t see
Any specific strand at all.
Generally, these lines of insight
Are woven so tightly
With the multi-colored fibers of what I think and
What other people tell me, that
There is no real distinct
Definition in the weaving.
And just when I do get gossamer
It goes away. The line that I follow with my
Mind’s eye gets lost in the warp and the woof
Of the weaving that is me.
Ephemeral threads of understanding. Extraordinary,
When I see exquisite patterns,
Frustrating, when I see complicated tangles.
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Now comes me. I can bake… some. It’s in my genes, but not in practice at my home. I’m not dedicated. But I have my ways. One is Brown Bread in a can. Do you know about it? I had forgotten about it until I was at tea at another friend’s house. (She too is one of those fabulous cooks.) She served these great little sandwiches made with Brown Bread in a can. They were absolutely delicious. So, here is a little something… try Brown Bread in a can, made by B & M baked Bean Company since 1867 or there abouts. You will find it in the grocery store, next to their baked beans.
The bread is baked right in the can. It is made with all natural ingredients, cholesterol free, low in fat and sugar, and tastes wonderful. You just open both ends of the can, push the bread out, slice and eat. You can, of course, put on toppings such as whipped cream cheese, but plain is great as well. Brown Bread in a can, yes ladies, it will make you beautiful and smart all at the same time. skp