my cell phone dropping bars and not getting to use the internet.
my four hundred dollar iPhone.
being frustrated by waiting in line at the eye dr and Wells Fargo.
to deposit a large paycheck and see my world-class surgeon for free thanks to health insurance.
going over our food budget and having to tighten up this month.
we had the ability to go over by two hundred dollars. and we didn't even notice.
frustrations about a tiny apartment, a water heater that is finicky, and an old fridge.
a cozy, air conditioned apartment, blazing hot water whenever we want, and a fridge overflowing with food that we had to throw out because it went bad.
these were the things i complained about this week.
i'm not proud of this list.
i passed a homeless man on the interstate today. he had a sign that said "hungry."
i went two hundred dollars over our food budget last month.
but not hungry.
and that is truly sobering.
i have clean water. i'm not being trafficked. i'm not sleeping on the streets of ethiopia waiting for life saving surgery. i don't go to bed hungry.