Last week, I had an unfortunate incident with my morning bowl of Cheerios. As you might expect, I’ve found it difficult to eat cereal ever since. That is, at least, until I discovered a sample size bag of Lucky Charms in my cupboard. Deciding to relive my childhood, only this time with milk (I always ate dry cereal as a kid), I quickly discovered how delicious Lucky Charms are. Needless to say, I now have a full-size box of this magical deliciousness in my cupboard.
As is sometimes the case, I don’t have a particular spiritual application for this story. Let’s face it, if I did it would be quite a stretch! But the moral is this: Always check your spoon before putting it in your mouth. Also, just because you enjoyed it as a kid doesn’t mean it’s unhealthy or untouchable as an adult. Unless we’re talking about Spaghetti-os. Stay away from those.
Okay, apologies for the silliness, but it’s been an exhausting week! If you’ve had a trying few days too, I hope you’ll enjoy the respite that comes with enjoying your week in review (kind of):
- Interesting. (Thanks, Paula!)
- Thoughts on anxiety and where our thoughts should really be focused.
- Anne Bradstreet is someone you should know.
- Do you smile during storms?
- Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
- Should we “bloom where we’re planted”?
- A bit scientific and heavy, but an important read nonetheless.
- I admit, I giggled a little.
The Christian is the most contented man in the world, but he is the least contented with the world. He is like a traveler in an inn, perfectly satisfied with the inn and its accommodation, considering it as an inn, but putting quite out of all consideration the idea of making it his home.C.H. Spurgeon