The Dentist

So I am sitting in the reception area of my six year old son’s dentist office, waiting for them to call him back to get a couple cavities filled. He has to be sedated because there is NO WAY he would sit still while they drill in his mouth.

The coordinator basically put a tracking device on me for the past couple of days to make sure I got him to the office ON TIME because of the significance of drugging him for this procedure.

Because he will be sedated, my son couldn’t eat or drink since 12am. Our appointment was at 10:45am. It’s almost 12:05pm. And I feel my temperature rising. My son is thirsty, my nerves are bad and I am questioning why the coordinator was tracking me down to be on time like I was on parole.

And here is the kicker, this is all happening as I’m editing a future blog about how to change one’s perspective when a difficult situation arises! Lol! Won’t HE do it? 

“IF YOU WANT TO MAKE GOD LAUGH, TELL HIM YOUR PLAN”

So I am taking this opportunity to do what I am asking for you to do. Here are the steps I am choosing to take tomanage my thoughts and feelings in this present moment:

BREATHE!

Take 3 long cleansing breathes. It brings oxygen to my brain so I am able to recalibrate my thoughts.

ASK MYSELF TO MAKE CHOICES THAT ARE IN ALIGNMENT WITH TRUTH OF WHO I REALLY AM

“I am a woman of compassion, patience and grace. I got this!”

REMEMER NOT TO TAKE THIS PERSONALLY

I love my dentist. Her office staff isn’t intentionally trying to piss me off. Go with the flow!

BE GRATEFUL

My son has insurance. My son is healthy. He is safe. All is well. And for that I am filled with gratitude!

AND REMEMBER TO LAUGH WHEN SHIT DOESN”T FEEL FUNNY!

I’m working on that, as we speak! 

Have you been given a Devine opportunity to change your perspective today? Let’s talk about it!

 

P.S.: 9:00 p.m. - All is well. Thank you dentist office! Job well done!