When I return to New York, I am going on a full detox. Nothing but fruits and veggies, fresh ones, for two weeks....
or something like that.
Before heading down here, I started to notice that I've been really inactive and really unhealthy lately, which is strange, cuz I'm usually overly active and overly healthy.
So I decided it was time to try to fight the cold, deal with it, and get back into a routine. Somehow, someway.
Then I realized I was headed to Louisiana. And upon my arrival, I shoved down two pieces of king cake. This has since been followed by a series of delicious baked goods, and fried delicious food I can't get in New York.
I have now decided I'm going to eat whatever I choose to this week, even though it makes me feel like crap, because it tastes good.
And maybe I'll go for one of my long uptown runs to celebrate, or a nice run down the levee tomorrow in Baton Rouge. Who knows.
I'm LOVING vacation time in New Orleans. I cannot even describe. It feels so nice to be in a stress-free zone, with nice weather, and good food. It's kinda hard to think about how I could be here enjoying it, not fat, and not broke. THEN I am reminded that the Lord knew exactly what he was doing when he moved me to New York, and I am more than thankful for that.
SOOOOOOO I am excited about all of the things God is doing in my life. I am also super thankful that he brought me up in such a wonderful, unique, culturally enriching place. I don't know if it's in his plans that I come back here one day, but if it is, I would in no way be upset about that.
I shall now go and enjoy snowballs and king cake and all of the sugary goodies my mom has in the kitchen.