I turned on the water to let it get warm (I am NOT a fan of cold showers), while I got my towel, clothes and radio. A minute later, I jumped in and it was much too hot. So annoying.
And whaaat is this?! Katie took the good shampoo! WAY annoying! Now my hair is gonna be crispy. Not silky and beautiful. Stink :(
Despite the troublesome start to the day, I managed to continue on with life. I went to my office, where work was almost leaking out of my 30-inch Mac Pro screen.
I drove around town, frusterated with the construction and traffic on our main road. It slows even the simplest trips down! Plus, the rest of the drivers on the road are being fools today. Who let them have a license? Our government needs to buckle down (road pun? haha) and not let these crazies on our streets. Speaking of government! Actually, never mind. I'm not going there.
Instead I should probably run a load of laundry, or fill up the dishwasher. Eh.
Haven't we all had those days? Er, actually, don't we complain - even silently in our thoughts - every day? Our food wasn't served fast enough, our sleep wasn't good enough, our car isn't cool enough, so-and-so's new album wasn't entertaining enough. Whatever. We can complain about it.
I don't really think of myself as a complainer, and compared to some people, I'm probably not.
But I know this: I have a lot, and I am not nearly as grateful for it all as I should be.
I have never dreamed of drinking water that was been been soaking in mud, used as a toilet and had dead animals floating through it.
Seriously every single part of my life is dripping with blessing! And somehow I complain.
Let's help Give Uganda Water!