Whenever change occurs we have an opportunity to go with it or rebel against it.
For some strange reason I enjoy change and look forward to seeing what will unfold. I do grieve and grumble some losses deeply but most I can see the good and keep on moving. Like the autumn leaves, I embrace the change of seasons.
Since my mom has been healing from cancer, she has been provided with a variety of food and drink that do not normally adorn her refrigerator. You are probably wondering how this affects me.
One of the changes that has occurred for me is that I have become the next stop for these interesting food and drink. My parents don’t like throwing things away.
I hadn’t realized how my own refrigerator contents have changed post-cancer diagnosis until today.
I pulled out a plastic container given to me from my dad and opened the lid. Our four year old guy was standing beside me and started to jump up and down. He then exclaimed, “Mom, look gummy bear soup!”
I responded, “Yup, sure looks like it!” (And probably had as much sugar!).
The gelatin wasn’t a hit for lunch, even though we called it gummy bear soup.
Now can someone please tell me what to do with my pomegranate juice, pure cranberry juice, prune juice and coconut water. These aren’t big sellers in our household of water drinkers.