Sunday, June 15, 2014


Solving Sudoku puzzles works like a wide tooth comb on the tangles in my mind, slowly straightening and smoothing them out again.
It works like magic.

Unless I let my mind wander off like a child in a field of daisies.
Unless my pencil continues to work alone without the help of my brain.

An engaged mind happily whirrs and buzzes and delights in solving things.
A wandering mind just tends to get lost.

1 comment:

Cathy said...

I wandered off twice as a toddler--once in a soybean field. I can't begin to solve Sudoku puzzles! I think wandering is engrained in my mind!