I often hear the word “wrong” to describe my child.
“What’s wrong with her skin?”
“What’s wrong with her face?”
Or, simply, “What’s wrong with her?”
As it turns out, not looking like everyone else means that our daughter receives daily stares, pointing, comments and questions — questions about “what is wrong?”
So her skin appears different than most, and it doesn’t function like most. But wrong?
To be wrong is to be mistaken. And I don’t believe that mistakes happen with our awesome God.
Today, I have the honor of sharing a piece of our story over at the wonderful website (in)courage. Please go here to read my guest post!
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