-Stubborn people annoy me. Ungodly people make me sad. Disrespectful people ANGER me. And guess what? In Wal-Mart tonight at 10:30 (this was separate from the grocery run I made today) with Kurt to purchase one last Christmas gift, we encountered a person who had all three of these traits. Therefore, I experienced all of these emotions. However....and this is a big however....lately I've been convicted to just be more of Jesus to people. The guy was probably 17 or 18 years old, cocky, and arrogant. Something didn't go the right way with his checkout, and he demanded to see a mangager, while at least 6 people waited behind him, including us. Keep in mind that there are only 3 checkout lines running in the store at the time, so tension was extra high. He just was so pig headed and mean and stubborn! Kurt was about to blow up, and I was about to give the jerk a talking to, but we looked at each other and just knew we needed to be Jesus. So when we got to the checkout clerk, bless her heart, we just smiled extra big. I even said "I'm sorry you just had to go through that, ma'am," and she just looked so relieved that someone was NICE to her. All that to say, I love my husband a TON more because of that trip (he was so patient) and it's a reminder for all of us who are Christians to remember Who we represent.
-I love extra soft nightgowns. I bought one at Marshall's the other day and it is DIVINE. It's the simple things.
-I hate clutter. And I am getting rid of the clutter in my house AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
-I am accepting the fact that I probably will never be a morning person. For the longest time, I have beat myself up about this, because I feel like if you're not up at 7 am, you're lazy. But you know what? I don't think that waking up at 9 is that bad. And I know once I have kids I will be up with the best of them, but right now, in this chapter, I am allowed to be a night owl. Thank you.
-I think Christmas cards are one of my favorite things. I love seeing how people have changed or grown, and I especially love Christmas letters. No one does old-fashioned corrosponding anymore, but for some reason, at Christmastime people STILL won't send out a tacky email for a Christmas greeting. If we think it's so tacky to send an email for a thank-you note or Christmas card, shouldn't we be hand-writing notes more during the year? Maybe I should try to do that.
-I love how perfect Kurt is for me. Sometimes I just think....thank you, Lord! We are so perfectly matched, I know that only God could've planned it. Sounds mushy, but it's really true. I'm just extra thankful for him.
There's a lot more randoms I could write, but I should go straighten my house. I AM having company tomorrow. Bon soir, everyone!