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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Life of a Sister Missionary part 5: Feed the Stomach

 Before we study or do anything else in the day, we eat a good breakfast.  Eating a good breakfast sets the tone for the rest of the day.  Without breakfast, you tend to be more tired and ornery.  The body needs fuel and expects to get it.  For myself, I am prone to getting dizzy and am not a happy camper.  I have learned the hard way to eat a good breakfast so I am able to function at tip-top shape and not fall over. 
 My breakfast usually consists of either toast, eggs, oatmeal, or pancakes along with my always delicious apples and peanut butter.  My companions are very familiar with the peanut butter smell in the mornings.  After eating my breakfast, I feel more awake, more aware, and ready for what lies in store for the day.  It gives my body the nourishment it needs before I try to feed my mind.  Though, sometimes I don't feel hungry or food doesn't sound good at that time in the morning, I make myself eat and I always see the benefits from it.  Mind over matter....and stomach.

3 comments:

Sister Brook Kenemore said...

i hope its extra crunchy peanut butter! haha i love me some apples and peanut better! an apple a day keeps the doctor away! why not make the apple covered in something good!?

Elder Brian Menasco said...

It is always a smart idea to do the preperation in the day, even when we think we done need it. The results are always better if we do what we are supposed to... even when it comes down to something so simple as breakfast.

ElderAGoff said...

My companions too are used to the peanut butter smell. I prefer Peanut Butter on Toast..and a lot of other things. I like the idea of going through a day and what we do. :) Great Job.

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