Saturday, I did about a quarter of the homework I had planned on doing, did 15 minutes less Zumba than I had wanted to do, and took a nap instead of laying out. Sometime in between all of that, I ate yummy food.
|Shroom, onion, red pepper, and spinach scramble repeat.|
|Papaya with yog.|
|Dinner in bad lighting: boiled red potatoes, spaghetti squash, salad, and a lovely glass of Cabernet Savignon.|
After my delicious, simple dinner, instead of doing the other three quarters of the homework I should have done, I decided on spending the night with my good friend Netflix. In flipping through the new releases, I stumbled across this:
“And I was reassured, maybe my life hasn’t been so chaotic, it’s just the world that is, and the real trap is getting attached to any of it. Ruin is a gift. Ruin is the road to transformation.”
With my improving sense of life, I woke up Sunday morning ready to meet the new, beautiful day ahead of me. I had a delicious breakfast that, surprisingly, hasn’t graced my lips in quite some time.
|Yogurt with a juicy pear and a nice helping of almonds and coffee with milk on the side.|
After consuming my fresh and fruity first meal of the day, I went for a walk in the Florida morning sunshine.
Later, I helped pretty-up the house for the familia and got a little bit of homework accomplished. A snacky lunchtime followed.
|Snacktion: Carrots, celery with peanut butter, provolone quesadilla, and pastrami.|
Around 2 PM, the house started to fill up. The rest of my afternoon was spent savoring amazing food and appreciating the strange family I have been placed in.
Imagine a photo of way too much chips and salsa right here.
|Delicious salad, baked potato, and sloppy Joe sans bread.|
|Entire plate of dessert: sweet corn bread, brownie, mint-chocolate-chip ice cream, and a cup of peanut butter pie filling.|
I hope you got a good laugh out of that.
I’m currently watching Eat, Pray, Love again with Mons. It might just end up being a personal classic.