Ever since Easter, I’ve had the urge to attend church on Sunday mornings. I’ve never been a church-goer, so this is out of character for me, but I’m digging it. Not only is it time filled with positive energy and new friends, but it’s time spent recognizing and appreciating that life is about something bigger than you. And I think regardless of what you do or do not believe, spending time thinking about something other than yourself is time well spent.
Me and the Wichita Falls boys headed to Cowboy Church bright and early this morning. Cowboy Church is practical, simple, and gets straight to the point. And you get to drink piping hot black coffee during the service. I liked it.
Afterward, we headed down the road to Mi Ranchito for some Mexican goodness. I ordered the shrimp tostadas which were way larger than I anticipated. Everybody’s dish came with huge slices of avocado, which won me over right away. When our bellies were beyond full, we parted ways.
From there, I met up with Matt to help him with his new website. I didn’t realize that installing WordPress on Go Daddy involved wait time, so I helped him with some other errands and wound up at Mexican Feast #2. This time there were avocado margaritas (which were so darn good).
The thought of eating Mexican food twice in one day grossed me out, like a lot. I was still so full, but figured having an order of ceviche in front of me was much safer than chips and salsa. It was a good plan, but chips and salsa most definitely happened anyway.
And even though I’m stuffed beyond belief right now, I’m happily placing another check under the fun-filled weekend column!