This is how I have felt for awhile.
My brain is mushy.
My house is messy.
I have a headache. All the time.
Speaking of blah blah blah....have you heard the song by the same name?
Makes me want to homeschool my children and glue earmuffs on their little heads.
If you haven't heard it, don't go searching.
Now onto another subject that I always think a lot about.
Has anyone else noticed an unusually high rate of disrespect everywhere they go?
Does anyone teach their children to respect their elders anymore?
I think the problem is larger than just respecting your elders.
But if you are not taught to respect your parents in your own home you will most likely show little respect for people at school and church and even the grocery store.
Some people might be rolling their eyes at my obsession with respect given my track record of feeding my children frosting for breakfast and fruit snacks for lunch.
Nutrition is apparently not the top of my list of important things to teach my children.
So tell me.... What do you feel strongly about instilling in your own children?
If you have a problem with someone, do you think it would be better to address it in front of other people where there is likely someone to have your back? Or do you feel it would be more respectful to take said person aside to discuss the problem? Or is respect just totally overrated? Any teenagers reading, please weigh in. Maybe my values are just plain old fashioned.