I'm thinking, by some sort of mother/daughter osmosis, I participated in this meal and get to share the luck. She is a fabulous cook, so I know it was also delicious. Thanks for looking out for your mama, sweetie!
|photo credit: Sarah|
I know, too much information, but having never lost a tooth before, I'm sorting out how to deal with it in my mind as well as my face. On the world stage, it's smaller than a grain of sand. On my stage, it's a fair bit larger. Maybe this will be the Year of Keeping Perspective. It's okay to let a relatively unimportant thing loom large, and then it's even better to put it in its small moment niche, do whatever needs to be done and move on. Thus endeth The Tooth Lesson.
Have a willing to work on weaknesses Wednesday. Do something wider.