I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with being spoiled (we spoil our cubs as much as possible) unless the spoiled person doesn’t show gratitude for the acts of “spoilness” sent their way.
Yesterday was spent enjoying the Great Escape package at Solace Day Spa. This included a facial, massage, manicure, and pedicure. Definitely not something I’m used to (actually, I was blessed to have a gift card for this particular visit), but something that I could get used to doing!
We don’t have satellite radio in the Pontiac and I found myself getting frustrated with radio stations and the 6 minutes of commercials in between each song. I haven’t always been able to enjoy Sirius/XM radio with no commercials.
At First Baptist, we are always greeted every Sunday morning by 2-3 people who help us greatly. They get the cubs unbuckled and out of their seats, they grab our bags, they shower us with hugs and kisses, and escort us into the building. It’s a great start to our Sundays when we’ve had a frustrating morning trying to get to church on time. It’s one of those “wow” events that I never want to get used to!
I have an addiction to “home parties.” Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, 31 Bags, Stamp It Up, and currently, Premiere Jewelry, has gotten me into trouble with PB on more than one occasion. He’s only said no (and meant it) once or twice, but he still supports me in my addiction when necessary! In fact, I’m hosting a Premiere Jewelry party this Saturday if anyone is interested in coming over!
I’m thankful to the family who gave me my spa day, to the great minds that came up with XM radio, to First Baptist for their radical hospitality,and to PB for spoiling me. I’m most grateful to God for allowing me to recognize that I’m spoiled, and I’m blessed to be spoiled. If you think about it, you’re spoiled as well, but I’ll share that with you in another blog. Stay tuned…
Peace and Blessings!