My husband informed me that the State of Colorado can now sell local spinach.
Now that it is available, I'm not prepared to purchase it as I have so many other greens! That is the good that has come out of this whole fiasco - I bought tons of parsley, green leaf lettuce, bok choy, kale, collards, etc.
I think I was over-dependant on spinach. I would buy it in little organic bags, and it was so easy to throw into a smoothie, and so mild tasting I hardly knew it was in there.
It is tragic that so many people got sick and even died from this. Fortunately I was only inconvenienced by it, but from the inconvience I upped my green variety in my diet.
For the last few years I have learned to discover the good outcome in something that seems so terrible at first.
We wouldn't be on this beautiful piece of land in the foothills if we hadn't lost our home.
We wouldn't be living in this gorgeous city if my husband had not have been laid off 3 years ago.
If I didn't have high cholesterol, I never would have done so much research on health and healing.
If things weren't so tight financially for us, my recipes would still be sitting in a notebook gathering dust on a shelf.
If I didn't do mindless and selfish things, by golly, I'd still be doing them and never learn from my mistakes!
Sometimes it takes something stressful, painful, scary and freaky to happen in our lives in order to have something wonderful and beautiful happen. I believe it's all in the Lord's plan, and His timing in our lives.