It's kind of like "If you give a mouse a cookie..."
If you hear a sermon about spending time with God each day...
Your husband might start thinking AGAIN about that comment he made a few weeks ago about getting up early to read his Bible
And you might start twitching a bit because didn't you JUST learn to get up with him and make his lunch and you might also think about how happy you've been that he's been sleeping in just a little bit later because you still have plenty of time to make his lunch and breakfast
But now he's talking about getting up crazy early
So he might dig out an old alarm clock so he can get up at 5:00AM and you can set the other alarm for 6:15 or so
Then your 7 year old might come in to your room at 2AM complaining of pain
And she might squish in between you and might not fit so good anymore
And so your husband might go sleep on the couch with his little alarm clock (which is battery operated)
And it might not go off
Which is plenty fine with you as you only fell back asleep at 4:24AM and 5:00AM was going to come REALLY soon
36 minutes too soon, to be exact
So all the plans you had about dadgumit we are GOING to start school at 8:30 this morning and not be so late like we were last week
might go down the drain
Along with husband's plans to read the Bible
But you might not notice because you will be busy dreaming that your dad told you to go pick up Annette's M's mail. (Annette M lived around the corner when we were in 2nd grade)
And when you wake up you will not know if it was a dream or if you are really supposed to go get her parent's mail
Until you remember that Annette M's parents haven't lived there in about 25 years
And that Tinkerbell flew out of your car when you got to her house in the dream
Then you might be pretty sure you aren't supposed to go get that mail
And that school was not going to start on time either.