up and out: a better perspective


Glass Splinter (#230 of 365), originally uploaded by Krelic.

"first remove the board from your own eye, and then you will see clearly enough to remove the splinter from your brother's eye."-Matthew 5:7

lately I have been working on trying to remove my own boards from my own eyes.

one after one after one.

boy, is it hard.

Some people think that when you get married it means that you stop getting heartbroken, like you did when you were 14. They're wrong; hearts get broken in marriage too, the only difference is that now your heart is made of two people, instead of just one, so there's double the cleanup. Anyone else in a young-long-distance-military-college-marriage understands this. Good thing we've got God's everlasting gift of Gobstopper sunshine love & loyalty on our side.

On the other hand, or perhaps on the same hand I'm back from New York City and I've got some really cool things going on like hanging out with the dog and preparing for the husband to get home and maybe getting something new like a camera! More on this later!


Love,
Me

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