Almost Thirty & Still Can’t Be Trusted

Posted by jon on May 16, 2009 in not so deep thoughts |

Sometimes I’m amazed that I have made it almost thirty years in one piece. I would like to think of myself as a smart enough person but the truth be told when I get in bed some nights I just have to think, “how did I get through this day without getting myself killed?” Just when I’m prepared to declare myself a functionally intelligent person I am reminded that it is only by the grace of God that it is not me as that last news story of the evening. “And in a stranger story, a local man was killed today when he poked a wild badger with a spoon.”


drschollsI was most recently reminded of my own intellectual mortality when I purchased a package of callus remover for my feet (don’t worry, this is not a gross foot story). The package said it 4 cushions with medicated discs. After using them for 3 days I went to get the last one from the pack. A smaller package fell out. Somewhat baffled, I investigated and found that they were the medicated discs packaged separately from the cushions. So apparently, for the last 3 days I only wore the cushion with no medicine under them. I guess a pesamist would say that I don’t have enough cushions for my medicine, I’m an optimist, the foot medicine is half full at the Coder house. Now before you laugh too hard remember that but by the grace of God go you too.

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