It’s kind of ironically delightful at times, when things get all twisted out of the ordinary way.
My aunt and I, both of whom dislike shopping, found ourselves out shopping together for quite a while this afternoon, during my visit that was designed for us to hang out and relax together.
And yet, we enjoyed ourselves today, despite the fact that we got home exhausted in the early evening… it was nice doing something like shopping with a co-conspirator of the non-shopping sort. 😛
Besides, when we got home so tired and so hungry as we were, I commented that I didn’t really feel like making any food, and that I really just wanted some biscuits and gravy…, and my aunt definitely agreed, so my uncle made us a super duper breakfast for dinner. 🙂
If ever you feel sad, lonely, and/or unworthy, take a visit to small town Texas family.
On more levels than I could express, you will be warmed to your core, and overflowing with abundant love and kindness.
❤ Texas, ❤ Family
P.S. Because it really is okay to leave the big city from time to time.
Ever eaten an avocado like an apple?
(Actually, I eat apples in a very unique way, but I’m referring to the traditional way of eating an apple.)
I did today, and it felt wonderfully ridiculous… and a little messy…, but it was no messier than usual, actually, and it’s good for my skin, anyway. 😛
(It was also delicious.)
Give it a try sometime, but – and possibly more importantly – try out something old today, but in a new way… and feel free to get creative and extra ridiculous.
P.S. If you don’t get the title, look it up in French. 😉
My head, my head, my head, my head,
Why must you clench so,
And twist your muscles until they ache
And roll that hint of pain and strain
Down my spine and to my toes?
Let’s just have a rest, now, shall we?
I asked someone if she likes kolaches, and she responded, “What is that?”
After a brief moment of being unable to breathe, I experienced a feeling of pure gratitude for having grown up in Texas.Post-a-day 2018
When you know Japanese Kanji just enough to recognize the everyday ones, but can’t really write much of it…. that’s when you see marks on a zucchini, and think at first that you are seeing Kanji (possibly related to ‘love’ or ‘rice field’).
Stracciatella gelato is the grown-up, classy version of a Dairy Queen chocolate-dipped vanilla cone.
Just sayin’. 😛