I Get Distant, Moody and Mean.

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  1. Rose says:

    I was immediately pulled to read this post because of the title. “Distant, Moody and Mean.” That describes me perfectly when I’m at my worst and I’m not proud of it. Thanks for writing this.

  2. Julie says:

    Thank you for writing such a beautiful post. The next time I am feeling ‘distant, moody and mean” I will refer to myself as old Julie. Maybe then, with Gods grace, I can get rid of the old and find true inner peace.

    • Thanks Julie. True inner peace is only found in Jesus. Because we are made new in Christ alone and only He can get rid of the old – so let’s fall on him. :).

  3. doulanic says:

    I’m not the only one. Thanks for being real, open and vulnerable enough to post this. Judging by the comments above, I guess we’re all the same – the old nature really does rear its ugly head!! Wish it were easier to remember to pray before turning distant, moody and mean.

  4. cecile says:

    Hopefully the ‘people issues’ were not the teenagers who gave you a good workout at the soccer match 🙂 I think the ‘old guys’ are the ones trying to keep up with the teenagers and not the other way around lol. It was fun to watch!

    Seriously, though, I can relate for sure – walking helps for me!

    • Hi Cecile, The people issues had nothing to do with soccer! I thoroughly enjoyed playing the part of “pylon” to your boys and the other teens 🙂 I remember soccer being much easier about 17 years ago… We old guys did well for the first half but when we ran out of energy they had lots! It was as if somebody increased gravity and thinned the air…