There is a blurb at the end of some detective stories that say the story you have just watched is fictional and has no connection to real life. Let us say this may have happened today.
An event in life occurred that left me baffled and wondering about that ole human nature.
“Aren’t you going to cook donuts this morning?” someone asks.
“Yeah donuts, I asked you to get donuts yesterday.” (Canned cinnamon rolls.)
“I told you, I forgot to buy them yesterday since I was in a strange store and did not see them”
“The store is not strange.”
“I also told you that my heart was not into shopping and so I did not care to spend anymore time shopping than I had too.”
“ I am sorry, there are no donuts.”
“Why not, I asked you to get them.”
Few whispered cuss words from the "disgruntled disappointed because there is no donuts" person.
“Face it there are no donuts this morning—try this cinnamon roll cereal I bought for you thinking you would like that.”
Turning to teenager in room, “Alex, call your mom and ask her to buy some donuts on the way here.”
“No don’t do that! Boy someone is grumpy this morning”—(referring to the person who did not buy the donuts yesterday.)
Shaking her head, someone is thinking, “How old is this person? Donuts, some people are facing major heavy-duty problems in their life and all we are dealing with is NO DONUTS!” Lord have mercy on us!!
Thank God, this conversation ended as the other someone set down to eat the new cereal.
Moral of story—when you are suffering, COMFORT FOOD is as important as air—I know as I have done my share of hunting down the right craved for food when I was emotionally down. Since donut hungry person was sleeping on couch this morning, non-buying donut person knew this person had a rough night. Thank God sanity and the Holy Spirit reigned in human nature and all ended without further ‘what duh-conversation.’
No names were mentioned to protect the innocent.
Oop la dey, oop la da life goes on now, la-la-la life goes on. Hope this helps all the rest of you living an ordinary crazy human life in an extraordinary world. Boy the stories we could all share. Love to all and laugh more than you cry.