I am a force to reckon with…going on my fourth language. Chose German because I think this will be a tough nut to crack by my ever restless neurons.
I have all the time in the world, (that’s debatable on some days) but I must admit, discipline and structure are not easy things to tame.
Between supermarket, laundry, exercise, meetings, yes I do have those with people who in one way or another have crossed my path… let’s continue…meditation and more meditation, loving Zen, coloring my hair, watching my carb intake…yes, I gave up my ever delicious breakfast bread, full of walnuts, cranberries, raisins and apricots. The ladies at the bakery department of my favorite hangout supermarket wave at me during each visit, but my ever protruding belly was more powerful than those nice waving. No way I am going back to all that gluten. On some days, the gluten was so obvious that I couldn’t take the slices apart. Now imagine my tiny stomach with all that gluten stuff taking over. I had it and now the little belly has gone down by 1/1,000,000 of an inch. Yes siree, a lot!!
Oops! Forgot to mention one of the most exciting moments of my day…my Spanish novelas (soap operas). To die for, you know…the guys in those novelas…I mean, so ever irresistible.
Well…had to keep you updated on my ever busy days, yeah…right!
I will leave you all to have a very nice day and I will continue on my belly watch to see the continuous melting of the mount.
Your Happy Contessa
“There is not a spring of grass that shoots uninteresting to me.” Thomas Jefferson, American Founding Father, author of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, and third President of the United States. 13 April, 1743 – 4 July, 1826.