11.20.2012

hibernation lessons.

Well hey there, long lost friends!
I've been hibernating.
You know, 
catching up on sleep...
relaxing...
and eating everything in site.
It feels good!

I've learned some very important lessons during this hibernation.
Here are the top 2.

Lesson #1.
I went on a rant the other day about how crazy expensive razors were.
My Venus replacement heads are like 25 dollars.
So I decided to boycott Venus.
I would buy the 2 dollar disposable razors instead.
Great idea!
The next day, 
I used one to shave my pits.
After the first swipe,
I learned a very valuable lesson:
there is a reason they were 2 dollars...
they do not shave the hair,
they pluck each hair individually.

Lesson #2.
 Hubs had to preach last Sunday.
Saturday night,
he was super nervous.
So being a good wife,
I told him I was going to pray over him.
I leaned my forehead against his forehead,
and away I went.
I prayed for peace, 
I prayed for wisdom,
I prayed for courage,
and before I could pray anymore,
Tyler pulled his head away and started gagging.
I asked him what was wrong,
and his reply was
"Please stop breathing."
lesson:
Don't eat 10 pounds of ranch dip before praying over husband...
apparently your breath will smell like vomit.

My hibernation is over,
I have to get ready for the in-loves (in-laws)!


I hope y'all have a fabulous day!

4 comments:

Veronica Lee Burns said...

haha that's hilarious, lesson #2!
and I've always given into the nicer razors, sucks that their expensive but SO much better!

Kristina from Everything Changes said...

Hahahaha... wow. I am a sucker for men razors. Gillete. Haha. They are SO much better, but even more expensive.

How did your husband's sermon go? Is he interested in being a pastor?? Leave it to the seminarian's wife to play twenty questions. :)

keepingupwithkristen said...

Just found you blog! Your love story brought tears to my eyes. What an awesome God we serve! I'm currently going through a breakup, so your last comment about letting God write your love story brought comfort to my heart : ) I hope your family has a wonderful Thanksgiving!

New follower!

Lindsey @ The Hill House said...

Okay, it's not funny that you had to learn lesson #2, but then again it kind of is. Bad breath is something that just kills me, so props to your hubby for being able to stand it that long. :) Hope his sermon went well!