We all have it right?
My stress is so high that in the morning I get to have a CT of my stomach to see if my ulcer is going strong or what the heck is happening in my belly.
To add more stress to my life, I worry.
Worry about finances, my kids, my parents, my sister, my job, my house.
Same things we all worry about, right?
You know Saturday. This coming Saturday.
It's all they can talk about it.
I'll refrain from saying what it is...as most know.
Here's the thing. It bothers me.
I feel that all of the churches would be saying something about it.
Not just that one.
It's just a bit iffy.
You know, earthquake in Japan, floods in Iowa, Tornados, just natural disasters.
It gets me to thinking.
Nothing we can do about it tho., right?
I just joke about.
That's what I do when something secretly bothers me.
Like my weight.
It's not pretty.
Like not pretty in a "OMG! Omar the tent maker is here for Meg's fitting"
I definitely need to do something about it.
Or next Thanksgiving, the handlers will be stringing me up so I do not float away in the parade.
I'll give you a second to catch on to what I am saying.
As for saying, (do like that segway..NICE), my 4yo has picked up a new saying.
He debuted it at preschool today.
Apparently, he didn't like something that was going on or he was befuddled by something because he just let out with:
And I don't mean he shouted the abbreviation.
Full on sentence.
Tells me it's by accident.
He knows he's not allowed to say things like that.
I don't say things like that.
Ok, fine, it slips every so often.
Told me he head it in Transformers.
Told him he will not be watching that movie any more.
Please no flames on the fact that I let him watch PG & PG13 movies.
Hence the PG...Parent's Guidance.
He doesn't get to watch them all unless I've seen them first.
He was punished.
Cries, tells me "I won't say it again. It was an accident"
Yes, yes, that word is just accidentally said.
Has your little one ever said anything out of line or embarrassing?
Are you fretting over this weekend?