Chapter 23: 1..the Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want….
Psalm 34: 9 O fear the Lord, ye His saints, for there is no want to them that fear Him.
34: 10 The young lions do lack, and suffer hunger: but they that seek the Lord shall not want any good thing.
Meditate on the Word, I tell myself. Don’t focus on the fact that the only person who comes home from work and cares if I’m still alive has the gall to ask me to do some of his stuff. My hubby was the one who really wanted a pool. I said a pool will mean care. He said he would do everything. Right away, I know I sound like a “poor little rich girl”. Sorry about that. In retrospect, I suppose I could have done things differently in my past. As I was born an only child who seemingly wanted for nothing, I’ve never gone out and gotten income for myself with a vengeance. I’ve not gone on missions knowing I must provide for me.
My hubby flits through the house claiming “we” need chlorine. He has a truck. We have another truck that is used for the lawn business. I have a small car. I’ve known my hubby is one of the people on the planet who has 30 hours in one day, unlike most folks.
I take care of the Great 8. They are our loving, lazy, spoiled, indoor cats.
I take care of laundry, cooking, cleaning, and organizing. I send cards. I communicate with people on social media.
He can go get chlorine.