The sugar bowl at Tweet Let’s Eat, artfully arranged by color, had six varieties of sugar and four were synthetic.
My food snobbery (except for Cheetos, of course) went into high gear so I headed for the grocery store check out counter. I was rewarded with a display that says volumes about our culture. None of it good.
It’s not just food – we are conflicted about our bodies, women’s place in our culture, race, violence, children, education and much more. These are bewildering times. If you long for a simpler one, good luck.
Look for a future post for more on this topic.
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