Do not laugh at others who have trouble committing to a course of action. Obligations in life should be taken with great consideration and respect. Counting the cost before committing is a choice we should all exercise daily.
My oldest graddogter, Mrs Milly, certainly counted the cost with her circumspect approach before she demonstrated courage in committing to tasting human food. Her ability to commit, to finally move her nose close enough to the cheese and to open her mouth and actually taste the cheese, was sincerely touching.
I’m not being goofy in saying that. Silly, yes, but the truth is, by the time Milly committed to the actual action of tasting her cheese, it was nearly emotional. She was so s-l-o-w in getting to this point.
I applaud you Milly in your ability to commit to such an act of bravery!
I wonder what happens next week as Mrs Milly experiences the full force and nature of processed cheese product upon her taste buds? Stay tuned!