It’s an early morning for me. I went to bed almost immediately after the Super Bowl. I have to admit, it was interesting. At least the half-time show was worthy of my attention. It was, as my grand children said, “ah-mah-zing!” That’s there version of amazing. But any way, I wanted to get some sleep before I had to pick my daughter up from work.
Now that I’m home I cannot go back to sleep. So what do I do? Homework. I’m part of a writing/blogging course here on WordPress. I’m also taking time to work on my broadcast copy for today’s program. Not sure which way my study was going to take me I stopped and began jotting down some things about Galatians 5. I’m at the section where it talks about the fruit of the spirit. Cool! Yes and no. Yes, because I really want to mature in various areas in my life. No because it’s making me hungry.
As I look at my notes I see a fruit salad, fruit cocktail, and all the other things that I can do with fruit. Everything but the fruit cake that is; let’s leave that out of the equation. Ok? The more I think about it I realize that I practically put fruit on all of my breakfast items. I didn’t realize how much I really like certain types of fruit: watermelon, apples, bananas, white grapes, cantaloupe, strawberries, pineapple (so much so I’ll put it on pizza), and introducing (drum roll please) mango. I like citrus fruit like oranges and tangerines but I have a food allergy to them.
Looks like I’ll be going to the local vegetable stand and getting some more fruit. I may have to stash it away. My daughter just bought some and all but the oranges are gone. Poor fruit, didn’t last a week. But that’s a good thing. I’m grateful that my grands love fruit and vegetables the way they do.
So now I have a question. Remember the old saying, you are what you eat? Well, if we were to take that saying literally what would we be? Just a random question that came up while jotting down notes. One more thing, is that saying fact or fiction? That’s for another blog entry. But feel free to comment. I think I’ve brainstormed and did enough homework for right now. I have to get some sleep before my grands get up … 3 hours from now. Good night … no, good morning … um … c ya later.