I have a scar on my head. Two actually, but only one I can see. I also have a scar on my elbow, on my left foot between my big toe and its neighbor, on my stomach, three on my shoulder, one on the middle finger of my right hand and one on my left wrist. Those are the ones that have not faded. I can still see these. Some are from surgeries. Some are from accidents.
There is a story to go with each scar. Life lessons that I am reminded of every day. Here is what I've learned from each:
Scar on middle finger of right hand: Let sleeping dogs lie. Especially if they are hung over.
Scar on left wrist: Only a licensed physician should remove a ganglion cyst. There isn't a bible big enough, nor is Gram strong enough to smash it to smithereens - though she really wanted to.
Scar on foot by big toe: Some people are inconsiderate and won't stop to help even though the damage caused was because of their actions.
Scar on elbow: recycling can be dangerous and a some politicians can be real and nice.
Scar on stomach: people who love you will make sure you are taken care of when you cannot do it yourself
Scars on shoulder: not everything can be fixed.
Scar on head: Gram, at times, has a very disturbed sense of humor.