Is it possible to like change yet have difficulty adjusting to change?
Is it also possible to like to go to different places, even live in different places far and near, yet like the comfort of being at home?
How do you balance serving your family and allowing your kids to learn how to take care of themselves?
Why is it that about 60% of the time, when I go to the market, the handwipes container to clean the grocery carts is empty?
Which brings to mind another grocery store question: Is it normal to suspect that the store monitors what you buy just to discontinue selling that very item (we certainly feel this is true of our family, as this happens time and time again.)
Do you ever buy from those bulk containers that look less than sanitary?
Do you stack the dishwasher from the front to the back or vice versa?
Why is it that I only hear loud, strange noises in our neighborhood at night when my husband is at work.
Is it better to live life knowing the answers or asking questions? (This thought came from a book I'm reading called, "Crispin, The Cross of Lead" by Avi.)
This isn't a question, it's an answer (in case you were wondering). My teeth aren't hurting as much, it's getting easier to eat. I am adjusting. My daughter says my braces look beautiful.
Now how can I argue with that?