And here’s how I will go about justifying it:
Finally, few people know this, but late afternoon is when taste buds are most receptive to both fruit and yogurt smoothies and sweet iced tea. Scientifically, this is also the time of day when your eyes are best suited for consuming new release literature. You cannot fight biology.
I can think of a few other perfect solutions for the 2pm till 7 pm chapter of my weekdays, and they all fit nicely under this enticing Latin umbrella.
Q: You look just fantastic, if you don’t mind me saying so. How do you stay in such great shape?
A: “Lots of cardio, first and foremost. If I am not sleeping or egging, I am running. And squats. Try eating only off of the ground and see what that does for your posterior. Also, never underestimate the glossing up power of a good dust bath.”
That pain gets frequently eased with great mercy from the Lord. But it is deep and pulsing and is always present.
And as so often happens, living with unsolvable pain makes us keenly aware of the abundant blessings we enjoy! We have the gifts of knowing how to appreciate the things that are going well and of daily living so many miracles.
We simmer in love that comes in many shapes and languages. We are surrounded by strong, compassionate people, both friends and family. We get to care for a variety of creatures who mirror our spirit sometimes more than I would like to admit. And we are constantly learning lessons we didn’t know were so vital.
The bottom line is that life here is good. I am not bragging, just celebrating. From the bottom of my heart.