Friday, May 18, 2012

Great Start

If you get the opportunity to start you day with this - a latte and a breakfast sandwich with farm fresh ingredients and homemade bread - I strongly urge you to take it.  Don't let it pass you by.

A breakfast like this is certainly the most important meal of the day.  Because you never know what the rest of the day will bring.

It could bring a truck that won't start, or a taxi that doesn't show up, a few miles of walking through the wetlands to miss a train, then maybe no taxis, and possibly another few miles of walking, to be late to meetings and extra problems - just because it's Friday.

Then you might think that it could be getting better, but an emergency comes along at the office, and then a rush job has to be done, and letters have to be reviewed and sent out, and perhaps someone hands you a stack of work to get done on the weekend.

So then you might think it's all done as you head out the door, to find there's no bus and have to run another few miles to just catch the train, where you may have to stand for an hour or so, which turns out to be longer than you expect due to "mechanical difficulties", then you finally get to your station and realize.

The truck didn't start.

After all of that, it just might go downhill even further.

You never know what the day will bring - so eat breakfast.  Because at least if you do that one little thing, your day will have started off on a good note.  And if you get to eat what I got to eat, then all of that other stuff won't be quite so bad.  On a Friday.

Breakfast.  It's a good idea.

I'm just sayin'.

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