So last night, I decided to try and cook fish. Salmon to be exact. I thought to myself "You know you are getting to be a pretty good cook...I think it is time for you to cook some fish*
Mind you I was petrified that I was going to cook the fish improperly and kill my entire family, but luckily, it didn't turn out that bad. LOL. Did I take a picture of it? No...lame I know. But I just forgot admist my own mini celebration that I could actually cook fish. Now onto homemade tamales.....
This morning, my husband emailed me a verse. Let me give you a little background before I share that verse with ya'll.
Dan and I have had this conversation about me having a "Mommy Makeover" after I am done having children. You know a little tuck here (my tummy) and a lift here (the girls). He wasn't too sure because he was concerned that since we are in ministry, it might look a little odd to some people when the pastor's wife gets a "boob job" (I am seriously cracking myself up here)
So this morning, he emails me this verse as justification for getting plastic surgery:
"May your fountain be blessed, and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth. A loving doe, a graceful deer-may her breasts satisy you always, may you ever be captiviated by her love." Proverbs 5:18-19
I realize he was joking, so I replied: "so what are you saying? That if I have saggy boobs they are no longer satisfying?"
His reply: "Take it however you want...I thought it was funny LOL!!!!"
And for any theologians out there, no worries, we do not make a habit of taking the bible out of context. It is just a little fun with me and my hubby!
Have a great one!