I think Patsy Clairmont was on to something when she said:
Normal is Just a Setting on Your Dryer
I find that book title encouraging because it suggests that each of us has something to contribute to a generally accepted view of normal. As we seek to find value by adopting change in some instances and staying the course in others, we each have an opportunity to find our own personal, perfect, and unique "normal." On this journey called life, I think that's worth writing about!
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