It was an epic battle between my bed and the coffee shop. At first it seemed my bed would win out again today forcing me to take a nap. But realizing there were errands to run, helped the coffee shop to emerge victorious.
At the coffee shop I go to, they serve Gluten Free Paninis for lunch. The Panini did not last long enough for a picture but trust me it was delicious. I was also able to spread joy by telling a few of my brilliant jokes. 🙂
Perhaps tomorrow my bed and the coffee shop will compromise allowing me to both take a nap and hang out at the coffee shop. One never knows. We shall wait and see.
How is your day? If you are on break from school or on vacation, how are you spending your days?
Thank you for reading. God Bless.
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We have been watching movies from our to-be-watched list, car repairs, a lunch date and watching the “first mesasuareable snow” come down.
Tomorrow, I’m making cinnamon rolls!
One of the things I miss due to Celiacs- cinnamon rolls
My husband thinks mine are better than Cinnabon
My bed has won out every day so far lol
It is an epic battle lol
I am enjoying the rest, but I miss studying and going to class. I will do all online courses next semester because I have to have an MRI in January and possibly surgery for a pinched nerve in the lumbar region of my back. So, I have to remind myself that house cleaning and other activities need to be done before I start a new semester, as I get so focused on the school work. But, it don’t work! I still sit around doing nothing and hoping, by some quirk of nature, the housework will get done without me.
I feel the same way about housework 🙂
Keep us posted about the MRI
Sounds good. We took the kids to see the new Spider Man movie on Sunday. That was fun. We got tickets to go to Disneyworld this Saturday. We will be visiting the Epcot theme park. The kids are excited. Looking forward to all the fun rides. It’s nice having all this time off. Blessings!
Do you like roller coasters?
Not really. I loved the Batman roller coaster at Six Flags when I was a kid, but I probably couldn’t do that now. That one hangs down with the track above you, and it does upside down loops. I liked the Cars ride at Disneyland. There is a ride like that at Epcot called Test Track. It goes really fast. It’s not really a roller coaster, but kind of like one. Our son loves roller coasters, but our daughter doesn’t. My wife likes them too. My gut just can’t take the big coasters anymore.
Took a nice walk and had a picnic in the park with a friend. Having a great day on my school break!
If you lived where I live, I don’t think you would have a picnic in the park right now lol
Smiles. Hopefully tomorrow you are able to meet in the middle on the two. 🙂
Mine has been mostly indoors and few times outdoors, movies, read, rest etc
Will you have a picnic there? lol
Smiles. We actually had a get together and it was fun to be out with our friends here 🙂
I have the week off from work and school. My last class starts January 10th and I’m excited to see the finish line. I cleaned my house. I am now starting to read “Simple Church” by Thom Rainer and Eric Geiger. Blessings to you!
What class will you have?
My class with be Religion, Research & Scholarly Capstone. A little nervous to take it, but glad it will be my last one.
Which school is it with?
Liberty University in Virginia
It is always such a pleasure reading your stories 😅 if you make the coffee at home, you can have the nap too
Thank you 🙂
I do make coffee at home but if I don’t go to the coffee shop. I can’t share my brilliant jokes lol
Or you can have coffee in bed. How was your Christmas? Did you cook the turkey?
Coffee in bed sounds good, but I need one of those adjustable beds so I can sit up in bed.
No turkey but cooked a steak with my George Foreman grill 🙂
Okay. That is great. I wish you had shown us the pictures. You stepped up.🙂
Thanks 🙂 lol
My wife and I visited her brother up in Albany, NY. It was our first white Christmas in years! Snowed again on our way back home this morning. New England is beautiful but expensive!
That’s quite a drive from Oklahoma
I’m gluten free also, hard to find good food sometimes ;), spending time with my family, marvel movies, playing apples to apples, Left right center, waiting for now, allowing myself time to read good books, and driving in the mountains. Love your posts, great way to get to know the body of Christ, Happy new year!
It was hard for me at first to find places offering gluten free. For burgers I have found three places in my city that offer gluten free buns
yes, I find myself omitting bread it is hard when I try to eat like the family, fatigue, myalgia
( muscle bone aches) and gut pain are a drag. But I am blessed. Blessed to know you too.