Friday, September 10, 2010


In a perfect world, My husband would make me laugh more, our family would have more money, my hubby would come home to a clean house, my daughter would have a Mac pro, my son would get to drive a "cool" car instead of an old conversion van, and my youngest would get to meet Gary Levox of Rascal Flatts fame.

I'd be best friends with Dick Van Dyke and I would own a pingpong table. My husband would be training Teen Challenge staff all around the world, my son would have his pilot's license, my daughter would have a boyfriend with great moral values, and my youngest would be best friends with Rascal Flatts.

I would be able to use a star trek transporter to get to Maine, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and North Carolina in a milli-second. I would have the greatest (children's pastor) job in the whole world, Gregg would have a camper, my daughter would have a college scholarship, my son would not have TMJ, and my youngest would tour with Rascal Flatts.

Oh yeah, and all my friends and family would have an eternal relationship with Jesus...



Sheila Siler said...

I'm seeing a theme here with your youngest . . . and I guess this means you didn't get the ping-pong table for your birthday (sorry).

As to a perfect world - it's pretty close to that when I have friends like you.

Linda Fischer said...

Sheila Lou, I miss you! Thanks for reading and commenting! I'm going to call you in the next few days to ask you questions about this blogging thing, okay?
thanks for always being my friend!

Anonymous said...

Well, You're a step closer. Cuz, mom, I DO have a scholarship. Remember HOPE? :)

Linda Fischer said...

That's right! And Dad travels the world too! We're blessed, aren't we!