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When Anita was a kid, her Mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner every now and then. And she remembered one night in particular when her mom had made dinner after a long, hard day at work. On that evening so long ago, her mom placed a plate of eggs, sausage and extremely burned biscuits in front of her dad. She remembered waiting to see if anyone noticed! Yet all her dad did was reached for his biscuit, smile at her mom and ask Anita how her day was at school. She didn’t remember what she told him that night, but she did remember watching him smear butter and jelly on that biscuit and eat every bite!
When she got up from the table that evening, she remember hearing her mom apologize to her dad for burning the biscuits. And she’ll never forget what he said: “Honey, I love burned biscuits.”
Later that night, Anita went to kiss her dad good night and she asked him if he really liked his biscuits burned. He wrapped her in his arms and said, “Your mom put in a hard day at work today and she’s real tired. And besides – a little burned biscuit never hurt anyone!”
Moral: Life is full of imperfect things and imperfect people. I’m not the best at hardly anything, and I forget birthdays and anniversaries just like everyone else. But what I’ve learned over the years is that learning to accept each others faults – and choosing to celebrate each others differences – is one of the most important keys to creating a healthy, growing, and lasting relationship.

When Anita was a kid, her Mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner every now and then. And she remembered one night in particular when her mom had made dinner after a long, hard day at work. On that evening so long ago, her mom placed a plate of eggs, sausage and extremely burned biscuits in front of her dad. She remembered waiting to see if anyone noticed! Yet all her dad did was reached for his biscuit, smile at her mom and ask Anita how her day was at school. She didn’t remember what she told him that night, but she did remember watching him smear butter and jelly on that biscuit and eat every bite!

When she got up from the table that evening, she remember hearing her mom apologize to her dad for burning the biscuits. And she’ll never forget what he said: “Honey, I love burned biscuits.”

Later that night, Anita went to kiss her dad good night and she asked him if he really liked his biscuits burned. He wrapped her in his arms and said, “Your mom put in a hard day at work today and she’s real tired. And besides – a little burned biscuit never hurt anyone!”

Moral: Life is full of imperfect things and imperfect people. I’m not the best at hardly anything, and I forget birthdays and anniversaries just like everyone else. But what I’ve learned over the years is that learning to accept each others faults – and choosing to celebrate each others differences – is one of the most important keys to creating a healthy, growing, and lasting relationship.

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