Now, I find this quite ironic for a couple of reasons.
One, I was bragging about how I like to be the teacher. In fact, I was a teacher waaaaaaay back before I had my daughters. After reading the previous post, it seems scary now that people trusted me with the education of future generations.
I would now like to issue an apology to those students.
To the best of my recollection, I don't believe I taught any of you to count... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6.... but I am over 40 now and my memory is shaky, I admit.
Two, I was also making sure my dad felt like the money he paid for my college education was well spent. I feel certain he's having second thoughts about that now.
I would now like to issue an apology to my dad. And no, you cannot have your money back.
I am going to resist the urge to go back and edit yesterday's post. I would like to lead all of you to believe that I have it all together and make you daily wonder how I do it all. But that is not true. And as a pastor's wife, I guess I have to be honest.
So I am putting a little post-it note to myself on my computer that simply says:
It will just be a sweet little reminder to always be willing to laugh at myself - and believe me, there will be plenty of opportunities for that here!
And next Sunday, the post just might be titled "Seven Things I've Learned About...." But we'll see....