Sprinkled Notes by Julie Seedorf

Our life is full of sprinkles. I sprinkle sugar on my cereal so it will be sweeter. I sprinkle water on my clothes so the wrinkles can be ironed out. I sprinkle my little grandchildren with kisses so they giggle. I sprinkle opinions out into the universe whether the universe wants them or not. I sprinkle my co-workers and family with confusion because my mind is always full of these sprinkles and meandering in one direction or the other. The sprinkles are the little thoughts that are always wandering through my mind waiting to drop on the next idea, the next creative moment or the poor person that happens to be with me when the sprinkled thoughts are twirling out into the universe. So I am sprinkling my notes on this blog and putting them out into the universe where all can see.

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