Perfect Moment Monday: One of Us

Perfect Moment Monday is more about noticing a perfect moment than about creating one. Perfect moments can be momentous or ordinary or somewhere in between.

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Here’s a perfect moment from my week. I hope you’ll share yours, too.
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It was bedtime. Tessa and I had heard Joan Obsorne’s One of Us on the radio earlier.

“Mama?” Tessa looked up at me after story time. “I know what G*d looks like.”

“You do?” I ask, eminently curious. I mean, she just might remember from the time before she was born.

“Yup! G*d looks like you, Mama.”

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0 thoughts on “Perfect Moment Monday: One of Us”

  1. that is just too sweet. made my day.

    I m sorry to say I had a series of terribly imperfect moments last week. I hope to make up for it this week.

  2. That gave me goosebumps. I’m sure this moment will be remembered forever. (BTW,thanx for the nudge!)

    Luv from across the sea,
    RAxx

  3. that is just too sweet. made my day.

    I m sorry to say I had a series of terribly imperfect moments last week. I hope to make up for it this week.

  4. That gave me goosebumps. I’m sure this moment will be remembered forever. (BTW,thanx for the nudge!)

    Luv from across the sea,
    RAxx

  5. Wow. I imagine you’ll always remember that moment. What a gift. What an amazing mom you must be to her for her have the openness to be able to say that to you.

  6. Wow. I imagine you’ll always remember that moment. What a gift. What an amazing mom you must be to her for her have the openness to be able to say that to you.

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