Only on the Worst Days Do We Really Understand Gratitude

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Two years ago, our dentist referred us to a specialist for something he’d seen in my daughter’s jaw. He didn’t seem overly concerned. I wasn’t either until I took her to see the specialist and saw the look on his face after he examined the x-ray.

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Jennifer Haubrich

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Relationships | Parenting | Food | Life | Mother, wife, and left-handed herbivore. INFJ. Still a Jersey girl. jehaubrich@gmail.com for content writing inquiries

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