Hope you're having a wonderful, fantastic, positive day!
The butterfly "...undergoes a metamorphosis and emerges in a new and beautiful form."-"American Bible Society"
I've missed being with you these past few weeks, but I have been extremely busy, just living my daily life and starting new endeavors which I hope are positive changes, not only for my life, but for you, my blog readers, as well.
This time of year, the spring and Easter seasons, are a time of new life, a time of renewal.
This is the time of year that I evaluate my own life to see how far I've gone and where else I need to go.
Right now, Greg and I are trying to change our eating habits from eating conventional food to food that is organic and healthier. One book that has helped us greatly with this is "The Food Babe Way" by Vani Hari.* Check it out! It's a real eye-opener. You'll never look at food the same again after reading this book. Also good is Vani's website, foodbabe.com.*
We're on the lookout for places to eat that have organic food, but that has been a bit of a challenge for us. However, just today, our niece Bonnie filled us in on a new restaurant in Franklin, Tennessee, Thrive Cafe, that has organic, gluten-free and dairy-free food. She also mentioned Vegan Vee, a gluten-free bakery in Nashville.
One place Greg and I enjoy eating is at the Whole Foods food bar.* Whole Foods seems to be really catching on, since more and more of their health food stores are opening all the time. I believe as word gets out on what conventional food is really like, there will be even more restaurants, etc. that serve genuinely healthy food.
All the while, I'm trying to be more positive with different things, like posting more sayings on my special bathroom bulletin board, like, "Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think about such things.-Philippians 4:8 (NIV)
Also, the other day while I was in the dentist's office waiting room, I decided that instead of sitting in a chair to wait, I'd go look at the reading material on a nearby table. I felt like there was something on it that I needed to see, so I kept searching, and there it was, an intriguing little book that seemed to be calling to me, "Going the Extra Smile" by George Foreman.* On the cover it said, "Discover the Life-Changing Power of a Positive Outlook." I glanced through the book that tells how George Foreman went from being a very negative, angry person to one who smiles and has love in his heart for everyone. It's now on Amazon at a bargain price and has excellent reviews.
I'm currently working on a new website which should be up and running soon. I'll let you know when it's ready. It will be a place of the arts-art, photography, and writing. I'm excited about it, and I hope you will like it. I'll try to connect with you more often then, once it gets going.
*Disclaimer: What is right for me, may not be right for you. Please use your own judgment on anything I recommend.
Positive thought: "Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life."-S. D. Gordon
Thanks for visiting! Until Sunday, May 3 (or sooner!), Becky