Adam’s school is a non-denominational Christian facility. They learn about Jesus, the Bible, and other religious aspects pertaining to Christianity. I’m thrilled that my son is exposed to these elements because it is a different perspective than his understandings in the Unitarian Universalist Church. Hellfire and brimstone simply doesn’t exist out west [at least not in this area] so I encourage him to soak up all the spirituality his little body can absorb.
Today after school we had a very serious discussion.
“Mommy, I don’t want you to be married to Daddy anymore,” he informed me. Worried he might have been reflecting upon our recent separation I nonchalantly asked why not. “I want you to be married to Jesus.”
And there you have it. Like Kelli said, at least he picked the greatest possible guy for his mom! I don’t have the best history of dating winners so I think it’s a fair statement to say Jesus Christ takes the cake in terms of my love life. Hopefully I can still blog at the convent.
With infinite love, gratitude, and respect,