One of the most tragic things I know about human nature
is that all of us tend to put off living.
We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over
the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are
blooming outside our windows today.
More fall decorating. One of my end tables. Those red candies are some of the hottest I ever ate. I am totally addicted to them.
Take yesterday, for example. It was raining in the morning. In fact, it was 'pouring' at the time I would have had to leave for the old center. Usually, I would have ended up staying home because if I waited for the rain to stop. I would lose my seat and not be able to sit with my friends for lunch. One time they gave my seat away by mistake, and I was seated at a table where no one spoke English. Talk about an uncomfortable lunch! At the new place, there are NO assigned seats. You can sit alone if you choose or you can sit with friends. Hence, I was still able to go in between showers. I like having the option of choosing where I sit, and not depending on someone who is often in a bad mood to choose your seat for you.
The food at the new center is very good, and they are not stingy with it like the old center. Remember the lady who was hungry who they refused to give her a dish to go home? In fact, after everyone is served, they will give you a huge portion to take home for only $1. And no one is turned away hungry. Someone sits at the exit with brown bag lunches for those who would otherwise go hungry. They even offered me one as I left, but I refused. There are plenty of others who need it.
So, tomorrow is Weight Watchers, and I am so looking forward to it. I've been so good with points, I am sure I must have lost something. I just don't want to hype myself up too much just in case. I am feeling better, for sure. I no longer have that bloated, over stuffed feeling to contend with.
Well, that's about it for today. Time to get a move on. Going to the old center today for art class and to see the friends I made there so I have to get there by a certain time. Talk to you all tomorrow.