First, thank you all so much for your comments on The Passion movie and the ages you'd let your kiddos watch or not watch.
I'd forgotten the first time I watched it and how I felt.
It effected me for days, even weeks afterward.
Words couldn't even describe it at the time.
We'll wait a few years.
I'm going to watch it though,
if I can stay awake long enough after the kiddos go to bed to do so.
I know I'm a ditz because the other day when I did my Sam's Club shopping,
(I get one of those huge kid carts, with the seat in front for the kiddos)
I put my 3 -18 packs of eggs on the back of the cart,
where I stand and push, there is a little shelf there.
Well, the cashier forgot to charge me for the eggs,
and I forgot to show him they were there.
So, the kiddos and I unloaded the groceries and then went back into the store and paid for the eggs.
We then went back to the van,
where I unloaded the girls into the van and put the cart in the cart corral,
next to the van.
(I always park next to the cart corrals)
I drove home.
When I was pulling into the driveway,
I remembered the eggs were still in the cart,
in that little shelf where I stand and push.
The 3 packs of eggs were about $6 and it would cost me that much in gas to go back and get them.
So, my husband who so graciously puts up with me,
said to forget it and get eggs at a closer store later.
Those eggs are always going to bug me.
The thing is, I'd like to say
"I'll never forget the eggs again."
But I probably will.