little bit crazier than we are-we don't mind pointing this out & it makes us feel better about our own crazy.
The other night at suppertime, Ruthie called me crazy. I told her that wasn't very nice & that I call myself crazy (which I do), but that it wasn't polite for her to point that out to me. She was confused.
Then I had a very sweet, and not-so-crazy friend, apologize to me today for being so crazy and surely I must think she was crazy. And I was like, sister, if you looked at one of my days-you would know why I don't think you are crazy.
Bottom line, we are all crazy. Some can keep it under wraps better than others.
-I made my kids sleep in their school clothes last night, so I didn't have to worry with changing them this morning. Actually, this could be smart-not crazy.
-I drive out my neighborhood talking on my house phone until it runs out of range & I'm like-why did my phone drop the call?
-I really wish this Beta Fish would give up & die already.This may be mean, no crazy.
-I let my 3 & 5 year old bath together when I know it is no longer appropriate, but I just can't give up the convenience of it.
-Sometimes, I feed my kids in the bathtub (think shish-ka-bobs). See I think these type ideas are fabulous until my husband walks in & I see the look on his face. Then I feel it is a little crazy.
-There are other crazy moments popping into my head, but in the interest of not oversharing-I will stop.
Sometimes I do wish I was more logical & thought-out like my pragmatic, CPA husband, but I am not wired this way. Always wonder why God did us the way He did, sometimes it works in my favor & sometimes it works against me.