It took me about 2 dozen shots to finally get this one, because in order to get a shot where the sign was readable, you had to catch it in the split second while it was lighting up.
I've never been the first one to be stopped by the bridge. To most people on most days at most times (myself included) this would be the worst bit of luck you could have, as inevitably it would be making you even more late going somewhere. Or at the very least just wasting a bunch of your time. But tonight was a different sort of night. I was... appreciative.
That I could leave my house in my comfy car whenever I wanted and likewise come back whenever I pleased.
That I could go to Starbucks on a whim and have a great cup of coffee in the middle of the night.
That I could order food for at virtually no cost... and eat it! Just like that!
I look at where I am now and where I was just a year ago, or two, or five, or compared to the lives of most of the people around me, and I realize how free I am. The only person I have to answer to is God; otherwise I'm basically free to do what I want when I want. Why isn't this more amazing to me on a regular basis? I think I need to live more thankfully. Yes, the events that made me single were and still are pretty devastating, but to not see all of the good and merciful things that have come from this is a tragedy.
The guys at the Bell got a little carried away with extra ingredients and, through careful discerned tasting, I was able to dissect the recipe for the Cheesy Bean and Rice Burrito! I sure hope Taco Bell does not sue me because I'm posting it right here! Starting with a standard Bean Burrito:
- Shredded Cheese
- Red Sauce (I cannot remember if this was present or not)
- Nacho Cheese Sauce (secret ingredient!)
And here I was thinking they actually had a special cheese mixture for the burrito. Man, these guys are geniuses.