Some Things Just Aren’t Rational

I am officially caught up on Good Wife.

I am forlorn.

What follows is an actual conversation that took place in the 24 hours after watching The Episode.

Me – “Why aren’t you eating your chocolate marshmallow cereal, child?”

Child – “I don’t like chocolate anymore.”

Me – “Would you like a Hershey bar for breakfast?”

Child – “YES!”

Me – “Then, you still like chocolate. Now finish your cereal.”

Now, before I get comments about serving my children chocolate marshmallow cereal, let me state that this cereal is usually reserved for weekends. But, I was doling out whatever my bleary eyes landed on in the moments following The Most Shocking Episode of Good Wife Ever!

The last thing I was thinking about was breakfast choices.

I honestly couldn’t have cared less.

Did I mention that I was in shock?

I was still trying to reason out why!

Why, Josh Charles? Why? It wasn’t rational.  You made a mistake.

Call me.  We need to talk…

After I force my child to finish her chocolate marshmallow cereal.

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5 thoughts on “Some Things Just Aren’t Rational

  1. OMG Sunsihine, I had no idea you watched that show!!! We should be doing wine and catch up nights……im still in shock and sadness with the lastest episode:(

  2. Maybe they’re pulling a Dallas and after one season you’ll find out it was all a dream? One can hope, right? I don’t watch TGW but I have lots of friends who do and they were all freaking out. Must have been like Matthew getting killed off on Downton Abbey.

  3. Dianna I remember that episode on NCIS!!! Missy, I am so happy to have seen this and can stop. So many things we do aren’t so rational are they? Glad to see you Missy. Forlorn, I haven’t used that word in a while but I can relate. I praise God for you and His grace and mercy. Love you!

  4. I felt the same way when Kate was killed on NCIS…the next morning I woke up depressed…it just didn’t make sense….and that’s life, huh? 🙂

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