After our company left on Wednesday, I turned on the tv. Bad idea. If the Five Minute Friday were any other word, I wouldn’t even be sharing but yes,
I watched about 30 minutes of Celebrity Diving and I repent. Perhaps the stupidest show ever created.
Strangely though, that ridiculous show, which I wouldn’t have watched had the tv not been on that particular channel, it did get me thinking about diving.
That feeling of plunging into the unknown is exhilarating.
The whole reason we had company on Wednesday night is because two people jumped into something.
Last year, my ministry-minded olive shoot began tutoring Hispanic students at a local church every Monday evening. He became fast friends with one of the boys and soon Aaron was working with this young man every week. As I contemplate the word “dive,” I see how my OS jumped into this opportunity with all his might.
During break from college, Aaron returned to visit the students and soon reunited with Mario. His mother embraced my boy and an offer to make us dinner materialized.
Two days later, Miriam was at my house. Homemade, from scratch tostadas, homemade mashed beans, Habanero sauce, queso fresco – mouth-watering delicious, authentic Mexican food carefully prepared for us to enjoy. This precious mom of three olive shoots dove right in to my kitchen. Without any hesitation, she prepared us a meal and insisted on serving us even though we would have been happy to make our own plates.
We dove into our meal, the experience, the love and common bonds we shared. I want to dive into that moment again.
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I want to dive into it too…. at the “magical cottage of wonder!” Looks fabulous.
It was amazing in every way!
Sounds like a heartwarming and delicious meal.
Absolutely delicious! When Miriam said she makes her own tortillas grounding her own corn, I was incredulous!
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We watched a little bit of that show too! It was so incredibly silly, but, as one who can’t dive, I was impressed with the people who were willing to go for it. You must be such a proud mama for your “diver!”
Yes, Janice, it was a silly show! It’s funny because I’ve since learned several of my friends also tuned into that program! My “diver” continually inspires me! Thanks for your comment, bless you!