Sunday, November 4, 2007

Be careful what you wish for...

Last week I was telling (well, complaining) to Patrick about how I don't like it when the radio is off and no one is talking in the car--it brings back too many memories of the silence in the car whenever my dad was in it growing up.

Today on the way to church, we not only had a CD on (trying to find worship songs with few enough words that the preschoolers can sing), but Harmony talked the whole way. Mostly saying, "Jesus Loves Me, Away in a Manger, Jesus Loves Me, Away in a Manger"...repeat, repeat, repeat for 28 miles. I'm glad she knows what she wants to sing in Kid's Church! Meanwhile, Henry is saying "Stop it, Dad, Stop singing, Dad, stop snapping, Dad..." ARGH! Made me wish for the silent car I was not liking the week before.

So thank you, God, for not always giving me what I wish for.

3 comments:

the rockstar said...

That sounds a bit... INTENSE.

Kim said...

something to look forward to I guess. :-)

Qtpies7 said...

LOL yes, we've all learned that kind of lesson. I hate loud music, but it is certainly better than the bickering!