Finding Fault or Finding Fantastic

I posted this to my Facebook wall recently:

"Answering Facebook messages while hearing a most wonderful sound drifting in from the family room—my husband doing a Bible study with our 16 year-old son. The man sometimes can't remember what I said to him yesterday ... twice!!! However, he loves God and is so intentional to show our kids how to live for Him. I'll take the forgetfulness. It is soooo cancelled out by his sincere faith."

Ever focus on only the parts of a child, spouse, or other neccesary person in your life that bug the living daylights right out of you?

Sarah is so late all the time.

Michael simply cannot make up his mind.

Kylie is so shy, it embarrasses me.

When is Austin EVER gonna learn to keep his room picked up?

I am so guilty of looking at others' faults with a ginormous magnifying glass, making them grow ever larger to the point where I choose to let them bother me.

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