Eating what is good for you…but

I don’t know about you, but as I get more happy birthdays, I am trying to eat and do what is supposed to be good for me.

Well, when Albert Einstein was working on his project with neutrons, protons electrons and the nucleus,  creating mini explosions, so he could  find an answer as to how the universe was created,  I wish he had gotten a bit further to leave instructions as to what you do with the aftermath.  And to think there is now a grand collider somewhere in Europe trying to accelerate the process.

What happens to you after you have enjoyed a healthy salad with all the trimmings?  Watch out!  My 62 year old stomach,  all the plumbing and other mechanic organisms inside me go on a hot air balloon adventure thinking they are part of Einsten’s experiment.  May the goddesses of nature  have mercy on me.   I would rather explote than offend those around me, but come on, there has to be a solution to this dilemma.

The adventures through the land of many happy birthdays doesn’t get easier and you have to be strong and to some degree airheaded to deal and ignore the after effects of keeping healthy and staying away from doctors.  But that’s another story for another day.

Did I hit a nerve or is it  just me and my internal systems?

Lighten up.  Remember, it is heathy to make fun of yourself, otherwise you will self-implode.

No one said getting many happy birthday was going to be easy.

Happy eating healthy!

Your happy contessa

P.S.  If you got offended with this posting, please let yourself release some gas.

Virtual Front Porch Wisdom

Thank y’all for checking me out.  It is good to know someone is listening when you talk (type).

Recently on my last visit to the dentist for this year, with my mouth wide open, the lady cleaning my teeth (I know there is a name for this specialty, but right now my brain memory cells decided to take a leave), was talking about her children and the decisions they are making about their careers.  Stay with me.  This is a good one.  She was telling me that her son was troubled by a job offer he had, but was not sure if that was what he wanted to do.  She advised him that when you take a job, your mentality should not be of making sure that you like the job, but almost as important, you find out also if that is something you do not want to do.   Bells and lights from heaven inundated the small area we were in.  I thought, Wow!  What an enlightened moment.  Was Buddha around spreading wisdom?

I told her, after I got to close my mouth, that I would never forget that moment.  Jaw dropped and everthing.  Oh, by the way, my teeth are now just fine.  I have a Colgate or Crest smile, it depend which toothpaste is on sale.

Anyway, going back to that enlightened moment.  Shouldn’t we take that approach to most of the things in our lives.  Sometimes fear paralyzes us from doing things.  Let’s do things and find out later if that is a yes or no in our lives.  Let’s live a little bit more dangerously girlfriends.  Oops, Lindsay, I almost forgot about you.

Well, from my plastic virtual front porch, hope you were as awed as I was.

Your happy contessa

The birth of my new goal

First, let me tell you how good I feel about being able to have a blog (let the world know your ins and outs).  I want to acknowledge my daughter’s influence in my life.  She has a no fear whatsoever attitude (if she has any, she hides them very well), and everything is doable.  Gracias Milagros. 

I do not have the foggiest idea of where this is taking me and you, if you want to.  Let’s share with each other our journey of many, many birthdays, our unique sense of humor and our opinion of everything that is conducive to happiness. 

I love my life, 99% of the time (when I am not too cold), have had 62 happy birthdays, I am in a journey of wanting to do exciting things, I want to learn as much as I can and love conversations with people that take me up to a higher notch.

My motto, well, one of them is “Life is too short not to be cool and happy.”

Oh, the Contessa thing, one of the items in my wish list was that if remotely I was going to engage in a relationship again, that man had a list of many, many requirements to fulfill, and one of them was a royal title.  That was not going to happen in this round of my life, so I decided to title myself.  Very simple.  I do not wait for some things to happen, I like to make them happen when I can.  There you have already some of my inner thinking.

One more thing, please do not be shy on correcting my spelling or grammar, I am all about learning.  Do not like to be kept in the dark, and my ego is most of the time on vacation in Paris.

Loving this,

Happy Contessa

Hola, Hello, Bon jour! I cannot believe I started a blog. I am testing and pushing the envelope to see how far I can go. The sky is the limit, as far as I can tell. I am loving this experience and learning how this blogging thing works. I am not sure I understand all the prompts and buttoms, but here I am, your happy contessa.

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