Grandma says

Even Fallen Cake Crumbs Have Meaning

The sweet pith of grandma’s defusing wisdom

A close-up of a handful of rainbow circular sprinkles and their crumbles.
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This is part of the nonfictional accounts of remembering what grandma used to say — part of an old cliché — but which carries different meanings as it has for different cultures. Most of what my grandma used to say is sadly lost to time and our long distance living apart as we grew…

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