Hi there, Journal & Friends,
I'm finally getting around to continuing with my answers for the Honest Scrap Award, given to me decades ago by Chris at A Deliberate Life, and Karen at Fitness: A Journey Not a Destination.
I'm up to question number 7, out of 10. So, here goes:
7. Best Moment of Revenge
Actually, I'm not proud of this memory, but it's the only thing that came to mind!
It happened in High school. One day my sister, Karen, borrowed a pair of my shoes without asking me first. I saw her wearing them on campus, and demanded she take them off! She had to walk barefoot to get her gym shoes out of her locker. It was a mean and selfish thing to do to your own sister. I was a very self-absorbed teenager, to say the least.
We had a lot of fights growing up, especially because we almost always had to share a room. Once, I was so snotty that I put masking tape down the middle of the floor of our bedroom and threatened her if she crossed the line to my side!!
But fortunately for me, she has that wonderful personality type that knows how to forgive. Today, I am so happy to say that my sister, Karen, and I are the best of friends. :-)
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From Dr Phil's book: "Every success or failure you will have flows from that self-determined personal truth."
My verse for today: "It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, O Most High, to proclaim your love in the morning and your faithfulness at night."
My quote for today: "If we really want to love we must learn how to forgive." --Mother Teresa
Enjoy the Journey,