Distinctive and unique

There are so many ways we are different from others. This morning as Georgia and Savannah were driving me to work, Savannah laughed at something she did, but you could tell it wasn't her laugh-- she was forcing a laugh to sound like one of the characters on a cartoon show she watches.

It got me to thinking about how I know what her laugh sounds like and that it is distinctive and unique from anyone else's. And no one can change their natural laugh-- it is what it is. And coming from Savannah, it is such a beautiful and honest sound to my ears.


This article was published on December 18, 2001 9:42 AM.

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