When I get knocked down, I get up again.
I refuse to put musical notes around my first line, nor belt out that awful, irritating, mess of a song. Yeah, not a fan of Chumbawamba. I’d happily bust out Kid Rock or Limp Bizkit though. ♫ My name is Kid……Kid Meghan! ♫
Things have been a little… shall we say, interesting around here. While I haven’t sugar-coated it, I don’t want to dwell on it either. I’d rather look at the positive, reflect on my happy places, and be grateful for the good I got going on.
Therefore, I dedicate this post to my girl Brittany because a) I’m blatantly stealing this idea from her, b) she makes me smile in a silly puppy dog way and c) she’s a self-described old soul and we all know I can identify with anyone who calls themselves old. They make me feel better about my own age, which is 29 years young, of course (cough, cough, lies and deceit, cough, cough).
For today’s What I Ate Wednesday, I thought I’d share my very comforting Sunday eats, along with some of the things that Nourish My Soul.
My morning routine. Solitude. Calm and quiet. My lists.
A great book. A long nap. Shenanigans with my felines.
Being huddled up close to the fire. Being huddled up close to the Hubby. Being surrounded by family and friends.
Weeding my flower beds. Farmers marketing. My CSA and growing my own veggies.
Creating. Cooking. Eating. This Blog.
An invigorating workout. A reflective yoga session.
A dance party in the kitchen. A good belly laugh. A therapeutic cry.
I know I’m usually all fun and games or lately a morose curmudgeon, but it’s important to reflect on the things which matter in your life and incorporate them whenever possible. Me, I’m going to yoga today, and I plan to dance my non-ass ass off in the kitchen later tonight.
What nourishes your soul?