When I turned 6 or 7, I started losing my baby teeth, not unlike anybody else, and grow my adult ones. When I turned 30, the upper half quit on me. When I turned 70, all but three of the remaining lower teeth retired. I have now, on July 13, lost those three loyal ones.
Of course I had to get new prosthesis. My trusted dentutologist now was 90 kilometers away, I had to find another one. Just in the medico-dental center there happened to be a team, so I went. Turns out the team was a father and daughter one. The father began the job before leaving on vacation and daughter finished it before going on maternity leave.
That association seemed to confirm a trend I have noticed, lately, in our province. More and more we see business signs, even in small construction businesses stating: "So &So et fille or filles"; there is a pastry shop somewhere nearby called " Mme et ses filles".
Our women are really taking their place everywhere, it calls for adjustments for everybody and it creates, I believe, a mellower business environmemnt...altough some females can be just as ferocious, and at times even more, than any male around.
"Times, they are achangin'". Can't remember who wrote or said that, but is it ever true.