SisterGeeding (above in a Cinco de Mayo event in elementary school) once asked WifeGeeding, “When is Cinco de Mayo?”
A Geeding first . . . stitches. I got a bothersome mole removed yesterday.
Silly me, I forgot to take pictures.
After leaving the doctor’s office, I had to navigate through a shopping center and came to a three-way stop, where my view wasn’t very clear. Admittedly, I jump the gun a little too soon and almost got in a small fender-bender (well, we were still about eight feet apart) with a Suburban-driving-soccer-mom coming out of the local Christian bookstore parking lot. I don’t know if she was a customer of the store or not, but I knew I was in the wrong and did my best to motion with my mouth and hands that it was my fault and apologize. She reacted by yelling and pointing fervently to the stop sign.
I do it myself, but it is interesting how we as a society will automatically berate someone for making a mistake, when we ourselves have goofed up many a time as well.
Since the doctor’s office was near WifeGeeding’s school, I decided to drop in with some flowers.
When the pastor and leadership team of GracePoint United Methodist Church in Wichita, Kan., left the denomination on March 1, it raised the concerns over what can happen when a successful church plant decides to withdraw from the denomination. Link
The ranking of presidents on How I Met Your Mother had my very immature self cracking up.