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10/21/2011 3:39:43 PM EST
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I have been sitting here getting my thoughts together on what to write about today. As I have many thoughts going through my mind, my fourteen year old daughter, is lying over on the couch moaning and groaning. Why? Well, she has just had her wisdom teeth pulled. Just as we have all probably had done at some point in our life.
No, she isn't feeling too good right now and of course I can only do so much for her. Make sure she takes her medicine and basically keep her as comfortable as possible.
Even though she is in pain over there, I have an overwhelming feeling to laugh at her. That doesn't sound to motherly of me, huh?
Well, again, we have all probably been through this process of having the wisdom teeth pulled. We have either had our own out, or have been through the process of someone else having them out. We look like we are chipmunks with our cheeks all swelled up, and when we try and talk, we are not understood very well at all. Hopefully, if you are in a predicament like this, you have someone who can play charades very well, otherwise, trying to figure out what the person is trying to relay to you can be quite funny also. Then of course, have you tried to laugh after JUST having those teeth pulled?
I just wonder why in the world we even develop wisdom teeth. I'm sure it goes back to our past evolutionary development, but now it seems that the majority of us have to have them out due to no room available for them in our mouths.
And then on top that, some of us don't even get them at all, or maybe only all but one come in, etc.
Anyway, what I find really funny about this real life situation, is that in all her pain and being very uncomfortable over there on the couch, my daughter is still worried about her future.
Yes, a fourteen year old worried about what her future will hold for her, especially now that she has to go forward WITHOUT her WISDOM teeth. Her statement to me was, “I hope I am still smart”.
She wanted to keep her teeth just in case they did actually hold some of her wisdom she has gathered throughout her fourteen years, unfortunately the doctor disposed of them.
So lesson here for the rest of us reading this, is that I believe that no matter what situations we go through, we all need to be concerned about our future and prepare for it the best that we can be. There will be times when life will throw us a curve ball, but as long as we can adjust, pick ourselves up, gather our thoughts and continue reaching for that ultimate goal that we have decided to head for, then we will all come out winners in the end.
I will end by answering the fear that my daughter seems to have. No dear daughter, I am confident in saying that you will not lose what wisdom you have acquired so far, and will be able to continue on through life gaining even more wisdom. As long as you have the WILL and DESIRE to achieve more wisdom that life has to offer.
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