No movies, no games, and five chapters of reading in the bible (I actually read them too, right before getting on.)
Closer, day 3
You ever had one of those days where you’re like, ’screw it, I quite!’, and decide to run out the backdoor with what little hope and perhaps pride that you have left. It’s been one of those days around here. Everything is calm and done now, but this day was a rough one.
First off, let me say that I did get on a video game today. Don’t burn me yet, I only helped my youngest daughter, KK, create a creature on Spore. She kept dieing, and was in tears, so I helped her out. This may be cheating, but come on, the cutest face on the planet had tear drops running down it, I had to help.
Didn’t put too much thought into movies today. The only movie I kept getting in my head was Easy A. The girl on their has a fixation with the song Pocket full of Sunshine. It’s funny, trust me. Anyways, the movie and song continued to be brought up in my radio and my wife and her friend at work. So i’ve had that movie in my head about all day. Want to watch it now, but, yep, I can’t. Instead, I’m writing, and actually got through an entire five chapters of the bible, and enjoyed it.
Reading the bible is sometimes boring and hard to push through some of it, but I really like the gospels, the stories of Jesus. Those four books are slammed full of good advice, rebuke, and most of all, love and hope and faith.
I’m about to vent about this day, I think people do it on blogs, not sure. I’m about to. If you don’t want to read ahead, you won’t hurt my feelings. OK, HERE I GO. Had to go to court today for wrecking MY vehicle into a ravine that damaged only trees, MY van, and ME. No witnesses could be found, no cop to tell me how fast I was going, and yet, I get fined 75$ for it, and then have to pay 80$ for court cost. REALLY, my court cost are greater than my fine! By the way, dad, you’re right. I should of just paid the bill and avoided court all together. Need to start listening to that man.
Next, go to see my wife at her work. This is actually a highlight of the day. I hang out there with her for hours, and I enjoy it. Josie(wife) and her friend, I’ll call mator for reasons of my own, are fun and funny together. But when I left there, oh my oh my, adulthood struck with anger and worse.
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