i didn’t know what a blog was until this past summer. in fact, i didn’t even know they existed. and now i’m all about blogs. bloggin’. lovin’ the blog life. blah, blah, blah. blog, blog, blog.
it can be hard to write blogs, but i am lovin’ it. the truth is… i was planning to write a blog with P.A. (in honor of v-day) about having a marvelous marriage; in all areas-friendship, communication, trust, selflessness, respect, intimacy, sex, etc… but i changed my mind. as usual. but look for it soon.
so the truth is…
i have coffee breath 90% of the time, and if i don’t… i will check to see if I have a fever, because there is probably something wrong with me. i don’t typically chew gum or suck on mints, so if you talk to me, most likely you will also be talking to my coffee breath. hope that won’t affect our relationship.
i carry a cup of coffee with me 90% of the places that i go, and if i don’t… it’s because i am on my way to buy a coffee… OR, i might have a fever, because there is something wrong with me. if it’s the latter, i will probably not go anywhere and just stay at home, where i have access to a coffee maker as soon as i’m feeling better.
i LOVE driving fast. contrary to what we are taught in drivers ed, i like to drive aggressively, not defensively. we live in central ohio where most of my life consists of driving up and down a 2 lane road, that turns into a 4 lane road with tons of traffic lights along the way. the truth is… it takes me longer to get out of town than it does to drive down the highway into downtown. i love the challenge of getting from my house to the highway as fast as i can, speeding up to coast thru the yellow lights, and weaving in and out of the slower drivers around me. which are basically all the other drivers.
i miss driving in new york city. for the 3+ years we lived there, we were those crazy people who wanted to live like suburbanites in the city; and also keep our car and deal with all of the parking tickets, lack of parking places, and all of the stress that comes with driving in nyc. i loved the challenge of finding and fighting for parking places, cutting people off and weaving in and out of lanes. never too fast in the city though, because you can’t drive much over 20 mph due to traffic.
our house is medium sized (about 1,800 square feet), but i wish it were a little bit smaller. our fam of five loves being together. with the exception of school and work, we spend most of our time in the same room. or within a few hundred feet of each other. i rarely go to the bathroom without the pitter patter of little feet nearby. and i really don’t mind. wasted space makes me cringe.
if you come over to visit and my house IS clean, it’s most likely because i transferred the piles of papers and moved the dirt from one part of the house to another. out of sight, out of mind, ya know?
i wish my fam didn’t have to work or go to school. i love and long for the days when the wee babs are out of school and P.A. is not working. i wish we could just be together all the time. the truth is... i would love that!
i think way. too. much. about. clothes. and shoes. and wish i didn’t. it takes up to much brain space in my head.
i waver between insecurity and confidence. shocking. i know you probably thought i had it all together. just keep reading my blogs, you’ll see the ‘real me’ 😉
i trust GOD, but i also worry about all of the things i can’t control. which is a lot of things.
and this is the truth about me. what are some truths about you?
with love, happy valentines day.