Wednesday, July 22, 2009

naan of your business...

Today I had lunch in Orange County with two friends because a work meeting fell through. I was so frustrated that I had to trek across three freeways only to miss my appointment but connecting with old friends and devouring Indian cuisine was a great compensation prize. We discussed life, love, and dreams over naan, curry, and veggie samosas. Because I'm such an non-humorous dork, I actually tried to use some preplanned wit and incorporate naan (bread-like deliciousness) into conversation.

I don't want naanthing to drink, thank you.
Well, it's naan of your business.
When the bill comes I will have naan of you chip in.

My attempt to use my wit and charm thankfully didn't come to fruition and I'm sure my lunch companions were happy. But I will say this, I have naanthing to write about today because work is naanthing but stressful. If you caught last night's message, 1. sorry for crying a bit (super sensitive topic), and 2. apparently hot rollers do naanthing for my hair because I looked like a hot mess last night. I'm sure you'll forgive me for both of those mishaps! If you didn't catch my naan-hot hair, your can check it out here and get a study on gluttony too ;)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

B – I can’t and it feels so good to say it. These two words broke chains in heart. Thank you.

1717

nay. said...

B, I have naanthing to write either except that last night's study was the best yet! The Lord most definitely spoke to my heart about this overlooked sin and the deeper issues it masks. Thank you for your courage, openness, and emotion. You had me cryin' along with you!

Bianca said...

@1717: I'm so glad you were met where you needed to be met. But here's another kick in the pants: it's not over. You now need to look for the brokenness inside of you and turn that over to the Lord too.
@nay: Thanks SO much. I KNOW you were praying for me and I appreciate it so much :)

Lydia said...

Bianca, thank you for getting to the heart of the matter and being so open and real. It's definitely something that has manifested itself in my life, and I need to turn it over to Him. There is hope in His power!

Emmanuel said...

WOW! I just heard the previous messages on iTunes and I'm SO blown away. Can we have something like this for me?

Olivia said...

I watched this last night, and fought the urge to cry. You explained my life, my constant struggle with food, my shame. But, never once did I think to stop and ask for forgiveness. I loved your message. It was personal, powerful, and truly inspiring. Thank you.

Olivia said...

I watched this last night, and fought the urge to cry. You explained my life, my constant struggle with food, my shame. But, never once did I think to stop and ask for forgiveness. I loved your message. It was personal, powerful, and truly inspiring. Thank you.

Nessa :) said...

Your too funny!

kimbo said...

mmmm...i tried nan and curry in Japan. It was delicious!
missed you!

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