Baking is a joy. Recycled baking is a double joy. You should know that one of my least favorite things about working in the kitchen is throwing away food at the end of a meal that we can't keep. This is especially true for my baked goods. I cry a little bit for each slice of cake or each cookie crumble that falls into that trash can. Sooooo... I have begun to recycle the cake into cake pops! This makes me love life a lot. So, today in my cake making adventures, I was dipping my little cake pops in the melted candy and you would get those little imperfections, because mine just don't seem to look as asthetically pleasing as a machine can do them at Starbucks *sigh*. My response however is sprinkles. Today I sprinkled cute little stars all over each little imperfection. Result? Restoration. They were beautiful and delish. (Not that I actually know... I am on a ten pound challenge with a friend and an invitation to Qdoba awaits me if I beat him sooooo you know I am not gonna back down!...) Regardless, today I am indebted to sprinkles. Sprinkles were the grace of today's imperfection.
I think Jesus is better than sprinkles and his grace can do a heck of a lot more than some multicolored star sprinkles, even if they are full of color and joy. Praising the Lord for grace today! I think he restores a bit better too! Mannnnnn, GOD IS GOOD! And so is this song:
Sprinkles and Grace today baby! Get some!