"If you don't see the real me, you won't see what love has won..." Vota

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Simple question? Maybe, maybe not, I'll think about it.

Today, I did my cooking for the month. During this time in a matter of only a few minutes, I turned on the wrong eye on the stove 3 times. Once nearly burning myself as I try to stir hamburger meat in a cold skillet, another time nearly cooking the teflon off of the pan and turning my cooking pot of chili off, and the third, I caught myself as I felt the heat coming off of the empty eye... I all three times told myself, "well, stupid".

My question for myself, do I equal my mistakes? Do my mistakes define me?

1 comment:

  1. i'm thinking more "distracted" than stupid. maybe you were focusing on cooking, but i know even when i'm really concentrating on cooking, i'm still listening for sean, thinking about whatever conversations i've had with my hubby, pondering the things that are weighing on my heart for prayer, telling the dog to stop barking, etc, etc, etc. that doesn't make me (or you) stupid. it makes us busy, thought-filled, distractable people. it may seem stupid, and satan wants us to feel stupid for it, but we're not. you're not.


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