Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover


I’m sitting here eating a bowl of fresh blueberries and enjoying them. I usually buy Blueberries with the intention of maybe making muffins, but don’t really like blueberry muffins so they usually end up going in the food recycle.

So here’s the thing. I’ve overdosed on twiglets and in search of a healthy snack found the blueberries lurking hopelessly in my fridge. (found alongside a stash of cucumber I seem to be panic buying and then forgetting about, long story)

So these blueberries, eaten on their own, they’re actually extremely yummy and I see them differently. I’m thinking I love them. I know it’s early days but I’m a reckless kind of girl sometimes. What the heck, i’m diving in!

I will now look at a blueberry and think of this bowl of juicy goodness, not those awful muffins.

Are there maybe some others things I over look, just like the blueberry, because of the way it’s presented to me? Maybe you do it too.

Are you following me? Or am I high on some kind of antioxidant running through my bloodstream?

The point I am trying to make, and trust me this sounded so much better in my head, is that you can have the blueberry without the muffin. It’s a mini revelation tonight! (TV was awful)

Don’t give up on something, maybe try it again, in a different way.

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