Here are some great comments I’ve heard over the past couple of days:
“He’s a big load of laundry.”
“You put your hook into the wrong whale.”
“That’s a 100% beef with pancakes on the side.”
“He went all river dance on that kick.”
And, last but not least, “I owe everything to my parents, especially my mom and dad.”
Ever say anything really dumb? Ever started talking and realized that you were making no sense whatsoever? If not; the world is still in balance because I’ve done it enough to make up for your deficiency in being deficient!
I am back in physical therapy (PT) to strengthen my left knee. (I had a total knee replacement done on the right this summer.) PT involves many different activities and exercises done for a set number of repetitions or for a specific amount of time. We count to 15 a lot!!
Small timers are ringing all day in a PT clinic as individuals finish their assigned actions. That bell is a wonderful sound!
One of the actions I do is a prolonged stretch. I strap a 5 pound weight to each ankle, lay on my stomach on a treatment table and scoot down so that my legs, knee and below, are hanging off the table. At the moment, I do this for 8 minutes two times a day. It is not fun.
One day my PT couldn’t find a timer and asked me if I would time myself by using my watch. I hadn’t worn one that day and replied, “It’s ok; I’ll time myself by the TV.” At that moment, everyone looked at me. I tried to explain that most TV shows have commercials every 7 minutes. But, to be honest, my words made no sense. My PT said nothing, smiled at me as If to acknowledge that I must insane and started a timer.
I felt like one “big load of laundry.”
We’re going to make a fool of ourselves from time-to-time. Don’t worry if it happens tomorrow: you can blame your mess up on the amount of food you have eaten, the deliciousness of the food, or the fact that dinner is still 2 hours away!
Just make sure that your crazy words are about your own life and not about someone else. Don’t burn any bridges!
Jill (just on of God’s kids)
“Whoever conceals his transgressions will not prosper, but he who confesses and forsakes them will obtain mercy.” (Proverbs 28:13)