Every day they’re hoverin’.
Good morning! How are you all? I’m good. I had a really great day yesterday, which – to be honest – was desperately needed because I haven’t been feeling my best lately. Perhaps it’s just that time of the year. But yesterday was awesome – I ended things on a high note, snuggling in bed extra early to read. I tried to get into Fahrenheit 451 last night but couldn’t. The prose is pretty but so hard to read. I ended up switching to The Uglies (yes, I realize this book is for tweens – but it’s really good). And then I slipped blissfully into sleep.
We had collard greens + tempeh + soy chorizo last night for dinner, and there was a bit leftover, so I added it to some scrambled eggs. A fine meal in no time flat.
Henry ate most of my blackberries. Thief!
Thought of the Day:
Julie, who helps me run OperationBeautiful.com, posted this on her Facebook wall this morning, and it really resonated with me.
“For Lent, I’m not giving up anything in particular, but I am going to focus on seeing the good in life, and in the people around me. My goal is to be non-judgmental because every person has their own story. I am going to assert myself and do the best that I can in each and every moment. I’m going to practice living the life that I’ve always imagined and appreciate all that my mind and body is capable of doing. I will take care of myself and learn to love me for me despite what I may want to change.”