Hey God, thanks for feeding me the ultimate food every week and filling me with the grace I need to manage for another seven days. Because boy do I need it.
5) The bickering for the sake of being right with no concern for being kind
Which they totally do. It’s a terrible habit. “Actually, the blah blah blah was invented before the blah blah blah so there’s no way that so and so in history would have done something like that so that picture doesn’t really make sense.” Yeah. Painful. I know.
Hey God, thank you for showing me how incredibly atrocious an attitude like that is. Next year for Lent maybe we’ll collectively give up saying the word “actually”
Yep, I still have a long way to go…but maybe that’s why I’ve got this pile of kids to help me get there.
Dwija Borobia lives with her husband and their four (soon-to-be-five!) kids in rural southwest Michigan in a fixer-upper they bought sight-unseen off the internet. Between homeschooling and corralling chickens, she pretends her time on the internet doesn’t count because she uses the computer standing up. You can read more on her blog house unseen. life unscripted.
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