She wrote this out as a comment to an older post. We loved it so much that we had to share it as a stand-alone article!

“I am having an epiphany off late. I have always treated food as either a best friend or a dreaded enemy and in both cases, I would make it vanish as quickly as possible either out of love or hate. Now, however, I am trying to train my brain to accept it with no strings attached. Now I take it as a co-passenger on the train with whom you make small talk. The talk is enjoyable but you very rarely thing about the co-passenger once you are out of the train. So why still think about food once it’s over? As of now, the times when I relish my food, I savor every bite and enjoy it. Although I wonder why I never thought about all this thirty years ago!”