The Tatas are something else I don’t appreciate as much as should. I thank you, Lord, for my girls.
I, like many of you, have known too many people with breast cancer, including my sister. When I think of all my friends that have had lumpectomies and mastectomies, I know that I can’t take my two girls for granted. Don’t get me wrong, I will chop them off in a hot second if I needed to, but I can only imagine the emotional and physical pain that comes with it. While my reasons may be humorous, cancer is not.
Reasons #1: The Tatas Were Once Milkshakes
Yes, the Tatas fed my children — and my husband (once … there is a short story behind it). I didn’t have to get up to warm bottles, the Tatas delivered GOOD milk. God designed it just the right way — even if I didn’t have food, I would do without before my child did so yay for the girls.
Reason #2: The Tatas Are Resilient Girls!
These girls are all the way gangsta! Every year these Tas gets flattened like they are sandwiches in a Panini maker yet they rise back! I remember the first time the girls and I showed up for our mammography, I nearly fainted when I saw the machine. Let’s just say the Tatas are much braver than I.
Reason #3: Someone is in Love With the Tatas
My Tatas grew from a C to a DDD after giving birth to children. They were so heavy I had back and neck pain. I got the girls reduces and they grew back! My hubby gave them their own goodbye and welcome back parties! So yes I am grateful for the Tatas but the hubby LOVES the Tatas.
We can’t afford to take anything for granted. We are blessed beyond measure. I thank God for the Tatas and that’s why I take them checked every year. Today is National Mammography Day, schedule your mammogram if you have not had one done yet.