One of the best things about reading Scripture is how the seemingly irrelevant passages sometimes really hit home. This morning I ran into this (right in the middle of a very unsuspecting passage about tongues and prophecy):
“And if the bugle gives an indistinct sound, who will get ready for battle?” (1 Corinthians 14:8)
Well, I don’t want to go into details or anything, but I am pretty sure Paul is speaking here to the singular tendancy of children to limply swag themselves on furniture when you desperately want them to zip up their pants and put their boots on and hurry because go blow your nose I said on the counter it is still on backwards do you have your coat not in my purse set that down and hurry get the wet wipes.
Tell me I’m not the only mother out there who cracked up at seeing herself, not just as a bugle, but as one giving off an “indistinct sound”!
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Ha! I sympathize. 🙂 I think the finding the balance between and indistinct sound and a deafening explosion is the key. I’m working on it. 🙂
Gosh, Rachel! I’ll be laughing for days.
Were you in my living room this morning when we were trying to get out the door? I feel so sorry for my children on these indistinct sound days.
You really have a way with word pictures….I often think about the post where you talked about stepping on crumbs in the kitchen and it really helps when I’m having a “martha stewart moment.” Thanks!
Crackin’ me up…:)
There goes Rachel…tooting her own horn! 😉
You must be the worlds best mother-of-tons-of-tiny-people!
I love the way you see it for what it is.
nope. not the only one. this is very funny and familiar.
Rachel, thanks for the laugh. This is awesome.
We all fizz sometimes.
The more kids ya have, the more skewed the sound!