I couldn’t let Steven Furtick have the microphone all day. He’s gotten plenty of attention with his amazing book “Sun Stand Still”. I plan on writing a book review of that once I finish the remaining 30 pages. But I think I’m procrastinating that.
So last night my family and I went out to get some ice cream. The kids earned it. On our way home the odometer read “99,994 miles”. I teased my wife that I was going to drive the last 6 miles to reach the dreaded 100,000 mile mark. She freaked. She wanted to be the one to reach this milestone (pun intended).
I’ll tell you what… new tires, we fix that awful squeaking noise that it makes, probably needs an oil change, and I’m sure a nice detail wouldn’t hurt. Go us! By the way… these are all things that we probably should not procrastinate any longer. My father-in-law would kill us. Well… we could probably put off that detail.
We look forward to the day that we can afford a new whip (slang for vehicle). Tanya’s already picked it out. When she graduates… she will have earned it. Just like the kids earned their ice cream.
Having goals is a good thing. What are you working towards?