I am drinking a most excellent homemade concoction known as a “strawberry-banana smoothie”, including milk, ice cream, and old bananas, whipped into submission with a pinch of nutmeg and a dash of allspice. It’s delicious. I think that’ll be my sugar quota for the day.

That’s it.

This post is for Dave, who hates short blog posts.

Oh yeah, and one more thing: Catherine’s off to Montreal for the weekend, visiting people and places, and going shopping. Next weekend it’s my turn to go out on a trip — to Trois-Rivières, and probably Victoriaville too. No shopping though.

That’s really it.

2 thoughts on “yummmmm!

  1. People always look at me like I’m crazy when I tell them I love being hungry, but it’s true. Eating is close to my favourite thing, and eating while really hungry is the most rewarding way to eat.Now, I’m not certain that the object of fasting in Baha’i is to enjoy food (I in fact know very little about Baha’i at all, and pretty near everything I do know I’ve learned in the last ten days from you), but it doesn’t seem like a terrible side-effect.

    • You certainly do appreciate food a lot more while fasting. I think it’s akin to the feeling of finding water in the desert, or rain after a period of drought. The spiritual analogue, for me, would be receiving the gift of God’s bounty, mercy and grace after a period of difficulties, tests and trials.

      Thanks for posting your thoughts! I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about the Bahá’í Faith, and browsing through all of my general nuttiness here.

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