Typos, e-mails, and restoring such a one….

I started a new job in December. I’m a virtual EA (executive assistant) for a company based in Atlanta, Georgia. It’s a Christian company, and I work with some pretty great people – at least as far as I can tell over e-mail. And…I hate typos. I try my hardest to make sure I don’t have any errors in my blogs and e-mails, but I’m not perfect, and sometimes one just slips in…..see what typos and e-mails have to do with restoring such a one…..

Unrealistic expectations…

My husband and I do some pre-marital counseling at the church, and we like to do one whole session on unrealistic expectations in marriage. I know I had them when we got married. I think I still may have one or two lying around. For instance, for the whole first month of our marriage, I got up early and cooked Mikel breakfast. I mean eggs and bacon, biscuits, and sometimes even hashbrowns…the whole 9 yards. I thought that’s what a “good wife” did. After about a month of it, he kindly told me, “Ummm, I don’t really like to eat breakfast!” He never said he wanted a hot breakfast every day, and I never asked. So I went to all that trouble and took all that time and put all that pressure on myself based on an unrealistic expectation of what a good wife was. Sometimes we set expectations for ourselves when it comes to God no one could ever live up to….


I was flipping through my journal this morning and ran across this scripture that I wrote down about Jacob blessing Pharaoh. I thought that was so interesting. And in honor of President’s Day, I thought I’d post it today. I love our great nation, even with all its flaws. I’m so thankful to live in the land of the free and home of the brave, and I’m thankful for all the leaders who have gone before us and sacrificed so much to bring us to where we are as a nation……Genesis 47:7 says….