Too good to be two’ed

March 3, 2008 at 5:23 pm Leave a comment

Two good!Some things in life are even better paired up. Peanut butter & jelly. General Tso’s chicken & broccoli. Pizza & Polish dog at Costco! Actually, I should be eating well, especially since my annual physical exam and cholesterol test is coming up. (It’s just like my college days — cramming right before a test!) 🙂

One thing that I’ve been doing these days is eating yogurt with diced apple. For some reason, it tastes doubly good together. I don’t like to eat apples and I don’t like to eat yogurt either. But somehow, the combination of these two good things are too good to be true! Try it out for yourself!

Here are some other two-good combinations that I enjoy:

  • Reading the Bible while listening to a good praise selection. (By the way, “You are My Strength” on my PlayCount is now at 65.)
  • Spending time with my kids while getting some exercise (e.g., playing catch with my son or going bike riding with my daughter).
  • Eating a good meal while spending quality time my wife (without kids around for these weekly lunch dates).
  • Sharing the reasons for God’s existence with a person seeking to find out what Christianity is all about.
  • Serving the Lord wholeheartedly with friends.

They’re too good to be two’ed! What are your two-good combinations?

Entry filed under: About Life.

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