Friday, September 18, 2009

I can't find my tweezers.

I know it's somewhere, everything is somewhere. I remember putting it in a particular somewhere along with my nail clippers, neither of which I can find at the moment. And I need to do some clipping and plucking of hairs that grow in places where girls should not have hairs, so I need my tweezers!!

This got me to thinking this morning...whenever we lose something that we once had, one of two things happens. Either we realize just how much we appreciated it, or we realize that we never really needed it all that much. This truth can be applied to lots of things in our lives...but I'll let you go off on your own philosophical tangent on that one. I'll just say that in this particular moment of my life, it applies to my tweezers.


  1. I'm glad I'm not the only one oppessed with tweeezers. Seriously, I have a pair in both bathrooms, one at work, and one in my car (because sunlight makes the best tweezing ligh!). I want to get a few more pairs because I keep losing my bathroom ones when I need them in the frontroom.

  2. I think our tweezers are in cahoots--I can't find mine either. Anyway, I like your thought on not realizing what we have until it's gone. There have been a lot of time this has applied this week, and it's making me very thankful for everything I do have!
    Love you!