I would love to smell Bacon.
I mean the aroma of Bacon.
I mean waking up with Bacon.
I mean…. never mind.
Wake up to eggs with Bacon!
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GRRRR….. I am BACON! Give me bacon or else…. Chomp, Yum, More! Then I forgive you, Source: Instagram: The Fugee
The savory smell of bacon
will get me out of bed.
I am having cravings.
I am thinking of crispy bacon.
It must be the thought of abstinence.
So, in preparation for Fat Tuesday,
I will definitely eat bacon.
Yummers, this looks so delicious.
A cardiac delight.
I might just die happy eating this TONS of bacon.
I did eat this last year and
TA DA, I’m still hear.
Who doesn’t like Bacon? Can’t say I don’t. I happen to like bacon and the smell of bacon wafting through the atmosphere. Imagine me hovering on mid-air following the scent of the bacon. It’s so enticing. Ah ….
Bacon is one of the most common discussions at work. We could talk about bacon all day long except for other belief system that doesn’t eat meat at all. However, they are intoxicated by the smell of bacon. Yet, their faith keeps them from eating this sinful delicacy. They have such deep abiding faith.
Would you care to join me and eat bacon?
When I invite someone, I try all kinds of tricks to join me or join us. But I suppose dangling bacon is not as good as dangling a carrot.
I am actually talking about Catholics bloggers. There are many of us: some are really dedicated, some are lapsed. And there are non-Catholics that are just faithful to their religion. It really does not matter to me. Catholic means Universal. I embrace you all.
For the sake of this post, I am supposed to link two sites that are catholic bloggers. Let me introduce:
Claudia. I like her sense of humour and I can relate to her.
“Whoever suffers from mental illness ‘always’ bears God’s image and likeness in himself, as does every human being.” excerpt from statement by Blessed Pope John Paul II at International Conference for Health Care Workers, on Illnesses of the Human Mind, November 30, 1997.
Not The Sword But The Pen. She wants to join the Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows (Beaverton, Oregon). I happen to follow the footsteps of St. Francis.
Friar Musings. The title is exactly what it says. He is a Franciscan Friar. Again, he is another St. Francis in the making. This link speaks about mindfulness and I quote:
The weather and its coming and goings make us vigilant. What else in life causes you to be vigilant, attentive, watchful, observant, alert? Is it the literal thief in the night? Maybe at best I have been attentive – you know… lock the doors and windows, install an motion-sensing flood lights outside, regular things. Did I stay up all night on watch? No. Didn’t install ADT or other home protection systems, either. Maybe a better word for all this is that I was “mindful.” I was mindful of the possibility of a thief in the night, but it was all just integrated into my life.
I did ask the first two but not Father. They are good in what they do already to let their faith shine in the whole blogging world.
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According to my count, there are 13 days left out of 40 days of Lent. Easter is on March 31 that is more than 13 days from today! Well, not only that I have thought so much about bacon, my mind cannot count either. To cite an example, I was reading other post and I came across with this picture. Yummy… so I commented to the post. Seeker: bacon Response: BACON!!! Uh-oh… I think I am in trouble here. How am I supposed to respond to this? The person on the other side does not know the history behind bacon. This person sounded annoyed with all that exclamation points. Okay, I am exaggerating, there was only one exclamation. Think, thank, and thump on the head. A little bit of tact will go a long way. So I replied back. Seeker: Exactly! Have you ever heard of Chris P. Bacon? The luckiest pig alive ever! Response: Oh the little pig on wheels. That is some pig! Whew … saved by a pig. For those who wants to know the story of Chris P. Bacon, here’s the link The joke is oink me. I was speaking with Sister #6 about 40 days of lent and explained to her my dilemma. Apparently, weekends are excluded during Lent. I stand corrected. Knowing that, I can now eat bacon on weekends, happy dance. Hooray, I can go to ABC Restaurant this weekend and eat all the bacon that I missed out. Another save. Thank you Scott’s little pig for allowing me to use your post as a reference material.
Temptation was all over me. I don’t understand at all. Meatless Wednesday and Friday should have gone like a cinch. But I was craving for bacon. What an interesting two days of observing abstinence. I hardly eat meat but somehow … Continue reading