|It was an Apple fritter kind of week (standard:humor, 910 words)|
|Author: Godspenman||Added: Jan 30 2011||Views/Reads: 1379/774||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Have you ever had a week where everything went exactly as planned? Neither have I. Every week I start out believing this week is going to be different from all the other weeks of my life. This week everything is going to turn out the way I planned. If thi|
Click here to read the first 75 lines of the story "You didn't have it in the shirt pocket of the shirt you put in the laundry yesterday, did you?" With that, she went to the washing machine, which had just finished its cycle and pulled out some of my shirts. She found a shirt with something in the pocket. "Oh, here it is, in your shirt I just washed." She pulled it out and began unfolding it and with a tone a little more sarcastic than I appreciate, she said, "My, your to-do-list is nice and clean." Then she handed it to me. With my to-do-list expunged, I had no idea what I needed to do for the rest of the week. It was then that I came up to a solution. If I do not know what I need to do this week, I will do the one thing I have been putting off a little too long. I went to the Publix bakery and ordered myself, not one, but two Apple fritters. One for myself and one for my guilty conscience. That should teach someone a lesson. Just when you think everything is going your way, something happens to prove otherwise. A verse in the Bible says this, "Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall" (1 Corinthians 10:12). Thankfully, I always have a backup plan. Nothing takes my mind off the contingencies of life like a warm, freshly baked Apple fritter. Tweet
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