Mel & Murphy meet again…
so, this is my life. always full of moments that remind me of two things:
1. I am human.
2. God has humor.
– The very same evening I completed my online Department of Homeland Security Courses in prep for live coursework the following day, a friend and I were robbed in downtown STL after a nice meal. The guy who jumped our table however, tripped on a chair and dropped my purse, so besides my friend’s sunglasses, we were lucky. And darn it, if the restaurant and manager didn’t even offer to pick up our meal or provide a free cocktail. What does it say that I couldn’t be freaked out in light of all I’ve faced on travel misadventure and the recent “life storm”? All I could do was laugh and be thankful we were safe. My daughter? She laughed out loud at the robbers poor coordination.
– Priests should be required to wear their collars to the gym. Feels slightly awkward to see the six pack of a priest while barely making it through my own run. Enough said.
– I always make my sweet girl eat her veggies before a post-dinner snack. We literally negotiate the number of carrots. What do I do when I cook the green beans, serve them to both of us and realize I cooked them on the burner that wasn’t on?
– After a lovely Father’s day lunch at a public restaurant, I look down to realize the carpet deodorizer I used just minutes before leaving the house was all over my feet. Cheers, dad!
– At the nail salon today (one I love that is cheap and the ladies in there finally recognize me (and I think understand me- think Seinfeld episode), a roach passed by my station. I chose to ignore in favor of a great manicure. Is that a bad thing?
– Tomorrow very early in a whole house unit council meeting at the hospital, I will present the patient, Crazy Aunt Delilah and the “goooooiter” that redefines karma, to educate staffers on why the patient-journey is real for all of us….those who wear a boa, those who appear delusional, those with lipstick on their teeth and all of us in between. 🙂 Wish us luck. (and to think, I was beat by a bat that Halloween costume contest)
My sweet girl said, “Mom, you aren’t weird. You are limited edition.” Gotta love the truth we walk each and every day.