I was talking to the receptionist at the doctor’s office the other day when a country sign behind the desk caught my eye.
“It’s All Good,” it read, and it made me feel warm inside.
When I asked the receptionist about it, she smiled and told me the story. “Oh, that’s what our doctor always says. And last year, at the craft festival, one of our staff found it and knew she had to buy it for our office.”
I liked that, a doctor with an “It’s All Good” motto. That should keep things cheery around the office right? I’ve heard other people use this phrase when they're talking about the trials of life. It kind of adds a positive spin on things and always lifts me up a bit.
I have to admit though, when I thought about the doctor I had some doubts creep in. I mean he of all people should know that things aren’t always “all good” ...
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