with all my red meat options out there….i decided on the salad bar tonight
and felt worlds better about my decision.
i am so tired of all the food here. don’t get me wrong…i did love it, but i am so ready to get back to some sense of routine…and that would include a lifestyle of healthy eating and working out.
watching the sun set in texas has been an experience…one i could never describe in words actually.
the Capri’s and the flip-flops and the hospitality have been so very much-needed.
the beer…the southern cut french fries…and the ever-present red meat…oy…i need an intervention.
my driver hosted a party the other night…and made 20 rib eye steaks and 18 fajitas…told me i would never experience this hospitality anywhere else. i would have to agree. this of course was after his personal invite to me. he welcomed me to his home with his family…after days of knowing me.
i took in an amazing piece of american history last night. scratch that…world wide history…as i made my way around down town Dallas…after another steak dinner. i was actually surprised at my own reaction. i fought the tears from falling…and i don’t really know why i became so emotional over JFK…other than the obvious. to stand where he was killed…took me over, and surprised me.
i felt myself so caught up in the moment. overwhelmed really.
so many pictures to prove it.
i am surrounded by amazing people. and if my heart wasn’t so lonely for those i love the most…i could stay here forever…and eat steak and fried beer…and fried twinkies wrapped in bacon (ewwwwwww!)
and i would be a 300 pound hottie i tell you.
off i go. i have a lake waiting for me. i have a lot of writing to do there.