20
Apr
06

"E happy?"

That’s what Acadia asks me sometimes. She loves to point out when people are happy, especially when she herself is happy. If the answer is no, she’ll say in a wise two-year-old way, “E map,” which means “you need a nap.” Usually she’s right.

Reading this post – Walking Circumspectly: Remembering to Be Sweet – caused me to think about how often I don’t act happy, like what I do as a wife and a mother is a burden. I don’t want to have that attitude, and mostly I don’t feel that way. But I think I’m kind of in the habit of sighing and groaning when there’s a mess, or there’s a diaper that needs to be changed just as we’re leaving the house, or my four-year-old wakes us up with a bad dream at 3:00 in the morning.

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