It's a saltine. All the chips got eaten- most likely by him- so the only option was a saltine. I have to admit that I tried it. It wasn't horrible. But I'm not rushing out to stock up on saltines and salsa!
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My official Feel Good Fragment:
I'm dedicating this one to my friend Ashli. I met Ashli and her family at church. Her daughter is 3, her son is 6. Her husband is a teacher and coach. Ashli is the reason I joined Music Team. I mentioned to her that I had been thinking about joining at some point in the future... she put a bug in Pastor Jennifer's ear and suddenly, I was joining Music Team. But that isn't the reason I joined. I joined because of Ashli's passion. When she is with Music Team, leading worship... you see her passion... she puts her entire self into it. At first, it was awkward for me. I come from a background where you don't demonstrate what you are feeling in church. I didn't grow up in a church where people raised hands up in worship or cried during prayers or songs. And my church home now isn't a hugely demonstrative congregation. But I've followed Ashli's lead. I let those barriers down. I stepped out of my comfort zone and got up with the Team and I hold my microphone and I dance and sway and raise my open hands to God as the Spirit moves me.
In the past weeks, Ashli has been so supportive of me. She leaves me positive comments and notes about my running, my weight loss. She is free and expressive with her words. She is encouraging. Her faith and compassion shine through in her interactions with others. Knowing Ashli and calling her my friend definitely Feels Good!
Weekend plans? As I write this on Thursday evening, a big part of my plans are up in the air. Jeff was supposed to go out of town today for a gaming weekend with a group of guys. Work interfered and he wasn't able to go with his friend today. If he can get a computer rebuilt on Friday and up and running, he can head out tomorrow. If he doesn't get it done, he's stuck at home for the weekend. However, whether he is home or not, our weekend may include:
- a visit to Conner Prairie
- going to see "How to Train Your Dragon"
- baking with the kids (maybe muffins, maybe cookies)
- church and children's choir on Sunday (and Ashli's husband is giving the sermon!)