I will forgive the angry recycling dude that has now destroyed two of my bright blue bins. He clearly does not enjoy his job.
I will forgive Kentucky Fried Chicken for being “out of chicken” when I arrived ready to harden the arteries of my family with a big old bucket of crispy goodness. (but seriously, why does this keep happening to me, how can Kentucky Fried Chicken be OUT of CHICKEN)
I will forgive the plumber for being a no-show. Again.
I will forgive my PVR for losing that episode of Hells Kitchen. I can probably guess what happened. The fish was “RAW”. Gordon Ramsay yelled, there was lots of swearing and another dream was dashed as one more over the top personalities did not become the Head Chef at the amazing Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.
I will forgive the cat for missing the litter box. He is a male after all.
I will forgive the cracker that cut me off in traffic and caused me to curse in front of my kids.
I will forgive that rude rude girl who cut in front of me in the Tim Horton’s line. Maybe she needed coffee even more then me?
Do you know why I will forgive all these little things? I choose to forgive because everyone is fighting their own battle, because life is short, good karma pays and everybody screws up once in a while.
So whether you are the one who needs to forgive, or the one who owes an apology. Today is a good day to start again.