My Husband Is An Ass

I can't remember why. Really. I think it was some super-logical-semi-sarcastic discussion and I ended up laughing saying "I'm going to blog it and call it My Husband Is An Ass" and now I can't remember anything but the title. I'll just have to be happy with saying that he's not perfect.

We're recovering from a round of some weird virus. It seems everyone got it except Lee. And some of us got it more than once (or had a relapse from overdoing). Now, I'm back.

While I was "gone" there was a big open-to-the-public-shindig at the church that we quit going to about six weeks ago. They're nice people, just people that don't grasp the idea that you can't let small children wander around un-supervised when their parents think they're in class because the parents have dropped them off in the classroom with the appropriate teacher. They're still very nice people. I know first-hand that no one is perfect. We've just decided to go to a church with a stronger focus on child-security so I'm not a nervous wreck during Sunday-school. I bear them no ill will at all. In fact, I helped them with the shindig. Which shocked the life out of some of them! Like its some huge ordeal to say "Sure, I have a bunch of plaid table-cloths. I'll drop them off" or "I know you're going to be short some desserts. I'm good for a few pies." Like I said, its no big deal. I think its sad that some people thought that because I disagreed with them I'd go out of my way to torture them by with-holding plaid and hordeing sugar! Can you say "Gee, its just like third grade!?!" LOL.

Now, everyone is feeling better. I have no event on the horizon. The house is progressing slowly. Packing is progressing slowly. Home-schooling resumes in 8 days, anticipated to progress slowly. In the morning, I'm going to the gym to get in shape, which will progress slowly. I'm feeling very ... empowered. Before I was feeling rather ... overwhelmed. This is an interesting mood-swing. I'm not questioning it, mind you. Just noticing it.

Oh, and BOY did I have some interesting "Better Idea" ideas!?!

Waves

I was starting to worry about you, chickie! Glad you're all feeling better.

We've found that in church realms, when you leave, for whatever reason, the shunning is immediate and absolute. Then years later they say, "Gee, we never hear from you any more, we thought maybe you fell away from God."

Nope, wasn't ME being ungodly! lol

Leni | 08/14/2006 - 05:58 PM

I too was concerned and agree with Leni about the shunning. I experienced that at all well known author's church here in San Antonio.

Phew, I'm glad I moved on. Sometimes you can't get around it and must leave.

Dhrist was in that church but the people were running around liked 'they' owned the church and you do as they say and found it was not what Christ had to say.

It was hard for me to leave since I really like this well known author. Funny thing. I aksed many people if they heard of him and was surprised it was nationally but not around here in San Antonio.

Janelle | 08/15/2006 - 06:35 AM

I too was concerned and agree with Leni about the shunning. I experienced that at all well known author's church here in San Antonio.

Phew, I'm glad I moved on. Sometimes you can't get around it and must leave.

Dhrist was in that church but the people were running around liked 'they' owned the church and you do as they say and found it was not what Christ had to say.

It was hard for me to leave since I really like this well known author. Funny thing. I aksed many people if they heard of him and was surprised it was nationally but not around here in San Antonio.

Janelle | 08/15/2006 - 06:36 AM

my husband is a bigger ass...........my daughter had a brain tumor removed 2 years ago and still dealing with his stupid crap

kim | 12/11/2007 - 06:17 AM
 
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