If you don’t follow NASCAR, or watch morning TV, or read the paper, or cruise the interwebs, or listen to the radio, you do not know that:
Jeff Gordon did NOT win last night.
There were only 4 drivers vying for the championship and he came in third.
You know who won?
The person I most despise in the history of not liking certain drivers as long as I have known about NASCAR.
He is an arrogant, mean spirited; creep of a human and I wouldn’t care if I never heard his name ever again. That is how much I loathe him.
So how does all this fit into my rantings of last week?
I am not sure.
It is like trying to trying to reconcile the difference between God losing to the Devil and I don’t know where to go with it.
But I did learn something.
Number One: Like I said earlier, you should never bargain with God.
Number Two: It is a dumb idea to base life altering decisions on something as senseless as a sporting event.
Number Three: I believe now that I really, really just WANTED Jeff to win. Church had nothing to do with it.
Number Four: Now I have to find another excuse if I don’t want to go to church because the cat is out of the bag, so to speak, and my husband stated that he refuses to let me use him as a reason anymore!
Number Five: God must not care that much about NASCAR.
Maybe He had bigger things on His mind last night.
Maybe He just wanted me to come to the realization that church attendance cannot be bartered and if I DO attend, it must simply be because I want to – not because someone won a trophy.
But today, my head is still reeling by trying to make sense of who did win, and the jury is still out. I will let you know the verdict when I come to it.
Thank you for reading.