Good Book Tidbits are Like Baseball Grass to Me

Close-up of a baseball with bright red threads laying in green grass.

You know how some people love the first day of baseball.

Spring is in the air.

The patented green grass has fresh trimmings lightly topped over a field of dreams.

The faint sounds of bats hitting balls and balls popping gloves start to emerge.

You get so ensconced in the moment, you pluck a blade of grass to get a sweet whiff of the new season.

That’s what it’s like for me when I unearth a savory tidbit from a non-fiction book.

There is so much goodness going on all at once.

First, I take and covet the information in my brain like a squirrel hoarding a nut. This is super valuable, I think.

Second, I think of all the ways the tidbit can be applied to my gain in the future. And there’s I think how it may have helped me in a past instance.

Third, I reread the passage so I can absorb all the stray bits and pieces that I may have missed.

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Author: Kris