- normal isn’t great…
- normal isn’t fantastic…
- normal can never be amazing…
- to see greatness.
- to feel the fantastic.
- to be amazed.
“Normal can never be amazing” is a lie. (Click to tweet this.)
- After almost 22 years of parenting, I know that one “normal” conversation between my strong-willed daughter and her stubborn-as-a-mule mom (which would be me) is so amazing that it deserves a holiday or postage stamp or fireworks or all three.
- After a high-risk pregnancy and pre-term delivery, I know that a “normal” birth is mind-bogglingly amazing, and every time (okay, almost every time) my 6’ tall “preemie” annoys me I remember the incubator and am astonished anew.
- After 25 years of marriage, I know that one more “normal” day together is a startlingly amazing gift to be treasured as if it’s our last…because it just might be.
- What’s your response to “normal can never be amazing”? (Please feel more than free to disagree with me!)
- When I invited Facebook friends to agree or disagree with “normal can never be amazing,” a whole discussion of definitions ensued. How do you define “normal”? “amazing”?
- Anything else on your heart!