Let's be honest... this post is going to be random. I'm warning you now.
First, I believe in spoiler alerts. They make me happy. Earlier this year when I saw Reality Steve posted that Andi would pick Josh M., I was so happy. That man is so foine. Can they please make babies already? #Seriously. At the same time though, I feel really bad for Nick. I personally like Nick, contrary to other women. Oh and who is gonna be the next Bachelor? Chris? I mean... a farmer would be kinda nice to watch.
Next on the agenda: husband and I's third anniversary is quickly approaching and we firmly believe in 'traditional' gifts (here). This year, the gift theme is leather. I pretty much already know what I am gonna get him, but he isn't sure what to get me. Maybe y'all can be sweet enough to leave suggestions so that he can read them! Hows about it?
Also notable, is the fact that summer school will be over on Thursday. Hip hip... hoorah. Momma needs a break.
Lastly, I have had these two 'rants' saved as a draft on le blog for a while. It gave me some extra time to consider whether or not I should publish them. I hate all things negative, so I try to veer away from it when possible. However, I am not perfect... and sometimes I let silly ole things get under my skin. I am writing these rants so that hopefully (just hopefully) some people in this world can get the hint that they're not perfect either.
1. I'm not okay with passive-aggressive people. If I write about something personal (such as our trying to conceive journey), then please don't critique me on the words themselves; if anything, critique me for sharing "too much" online. Maybe things don't always come out exactly how I intended for them to, but who are you to judge? God knows my heart. Here's a quick example: I know someone who read this blog post (specifically the last paragraph), and then decided that instead of supporting me saying something like, "I'll pray for you", they blasted me on social media, claiming that my thought process was "wrong." Again, who are you to know my heart?
2. In the same tone, I'm not okay with people who pretend that they are perfect Christians. Just because your relationship with God is one way, why on earth would you expect mine to be the same? I have a very special relationship with my savior. It's something that only He and I share. If I act differently than you would, or if I say things differently than you would, does that make me any less of a Christian? The correct answer is, "no." My prayer is that all "perfect Christians" out there will be humbled and realize that they are no better than me, or anyone else. And the good news is that God loves me (and you) equally.
Not gonna lie... I feel pretty great about getting that out. I don't think it was too harsh; just honest.
Lastly, and on a positive note, husband and I bought the most cool coffee maker ever. This is huge, considering him and I were previously addicted to going to Starbucks regularly. Yay for saving money!