What’s in your sugar?

Sugar is a funny thing here.  Sometimes when you buy it; it’s white, sometimes it’s yellow and many times there are ants in it.  Sometimes it’s small granules and sometimes larger granules.  I’m thankful for sugar and when I hear stories from those who’ve lived here much longer than us talk about how in the past the only sugar available was cubes and it was necessary to crush the cubes for baking, it makes me realize how fortunate we are to have granulated sugar available to us.  Today while making a cake for a friend’s birthday, I found something new in the sugar – rocks!  I laughed when I found it and started talking to myself out loud in a Viking type voice, “So, what’s in your sugar?”  like the credit card commercials.

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One Response to What’s in your sugar?

  1. Pop-pop says:

    Reading your posts reminds me of how blessed we are – and it makes me glad I drink my coffee black 🙂

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