Last night at dinner Mitchell and I were discussing the course of our day as usual. As I am chomping away at my salad which wasn't very yummy (sorry Outback your new Spinach Cobb salad wasn't a hit... I know my Cobb salads) Mitchell was discussing the whoa's of working with middle schoolers and his daily stresses. I admit I wasn't completely paying attention as the next conversation ensues.
My Music Man (completely serious): "Throughout the day I have found that I start quoting scripture."
Me: "Oh, that's nice hunny."
*more picking of the salad continues*
Music Man: "Everyday. While my students are driving me crazy I quote Psalm 23. 'The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want...'"
*Mitchell continues to recite Psalm 23*
Me: "So you only resort to scripture because your student drive you crazy, not because you find comfort in it?"
Music Man: "Even I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil..."
*I start to laugh... histerically*
Music Man: "No, really. That is my favorite scripture."
Me: "Well, I am glad. And I am glad you are quoting scripture through the day."
Music Man: "... and I will dwell in the house of The Lord forever."