I ate the best pizza (from a chain).

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Yes,tonight I ate one of the most delicious pizza ever, and it is from a chain. gasp! Round Table Pizza to be precise.

I've never had Round Table Pizza until tonight, and what made it even more special was that I got to share that experience with such an amazing friend.

Let me tell you about the pizza, first of all I wasn't even hungry, so that's a good place to start. You know why? because when you are starving, everything literally tastes good and there's hardly any objectivity. But I wasn't hungry, and my stomach was hurting prior. But when I took my first bite. Oh my word! delicious!


First half of pepperoni, salami, and mushroom...second half: Garlic Chicken with mushrooms, green onions, red onions, and diced red peppers. Little tomato sauce on both

I lovedddd the garlic chicken, my favorite. The chicken was moist and flavorful and the green onions made the pizza taste fresh.

I usually don't order pepperoni pizzas because usually the pepperoni is overpowering and salty, but these were thin slices of salami and pepperoni. It was the bomb.


Warning: this is a long read:

---I shared my experience with such a great person, Sean B. He is the president of iaomai medical outreach, so please check it out! and if it speaks to your heart, donate to their team because it is such a powerful cause. Sean told me a few stories about his ministry and I was so blown away.



- Did you know that in some parts of the third-world country, when you have any disability, passerbys who pass near villages will literally abuse or KILL that person? it's so horrible. Sean explained to me that the parents of a nine year old boy had down-syndrome and was also blind, his parents had major protecting to do but they can only do so much. When Seans ministry came to help the little boy, they took him to the clinic and prayed that this kid would have cataracts in his eyes because WITH cataracts, you can perform surgery and hope for a miracle. He didn't have any.

But then later, an eye doctor came and put the strongest prescription glasses on him. Then suddenly he was reaching for his parents. What a miracle, this boy can finally see! Sean even showed me a picture of this little boy. Sean explained to me how stupid of them for praying that this kid would have cataracts, when really...they should've prayed that this boy would be able to have vision.



- Prior to our meeting, I haven't spoken to Sean in four years. FOUR years! Out of those four years, I've gone through phone number changes, but I've always managed to keep his number in my contacts despite the fact that I haven't spoken to him. Well out of the blue I texted him because I was going through some personal struggles, a somewhat identity crisis. He answered and here we are eating pizza. I couldn't believe he was sitting in front of me.

He also bought me a book before we ate, called Captivating by John & Staci Eldredge. So I can't wait to dig into it. Have you heard of it?


Thank God for technology. He is such a great friend, despite the fact that I haven't seen him in four years, he took time out of his busy schedule to see me and help me, for that I am so thankful. He is so good with his words when it comes to giving me guidance. I've learned new things about him and I am also proud and admire him in how far he's come throughout his journey.





oh geez, I am bragging here aren't I??! But seeing him tonight has started of a new page of a chapter in my life. And after I post this blog, I am going to write about it tonight in my journal to reflect. Obviously some things need to be kept private, but if you'd like to know more, shoot me an email!

                     
I love writing in my new moleskin journal! I bought it a few days ago to jot down my thoughts and feelings to help me stay focused. I bought the green one :o) It's so flexible, thin, and light to carry around.




I also attempted to make chocolate protein brownies off of Jamie Easons recipe, but it was a total flop! But it smelled delicious. sigh. I doubled the recipe and added a few tweaks, but it came out tasting like card board with a horrible after taste. I was mad that I wasted six eggs due to the process.



Do you write in a journal?

Again, check out Seans Medical Outreach, if you know any medical professionals or volunteers who would be interested in helping the unserved, or you can donate here. Pass the info!

2 comments:

Matt October 21, 2010 at 5:56 AM  

Have you tried Mellow Mushroom pizza? It is the only chain pizza I will eat!

Anonymous February 19, 2011 at 2:55 AM  

How's things : )

Browsing on-line or in-store? which often would you prefer? actually wondering lol.. i like in-store only because i hate waiting for it to arrive!

Thanks alot : )
Sophia

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