This evening I took a walk in the park with Jude. We walked and talked and he swung his chubby little legs over the edge of the stroller. Most enchanting.
As we walked through the alley way back towards our house, I heard singing.
The singing drew me closer and I realized it was coming from a church just down the street from our house. That was it, my curiosity was peaked, I had to go in and listen to the music!
I stood outside the red doors of the church envisioning Jude and I walking in on who knows what and my head made up all sorts of scenarios as to why it would be uncomfortable and I shouldn’t go in. This made me want to go in all the more. I just needed to know what would happen – maybe something cool, maybe nothing at all.
I walked in and took this video in the foyer. We then entered the sanctuary and Jude and I basked in the music. It felt great to step into the unknown.
This video is part of the I Don’t Care Project.
We’ve realized how much what we do, say, and the decisions we make are influenced by what others may think.
The I Don’t Care Project is our way of counteracting that. We intentionally put ourselves in“uncomfortable situations” in hopes of overcoming this fear. These “uncomfortable situations” may include things like doing something other than what is normal and expected or voicing our opinions and beliefs more often.
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