Run, Don’t Walk Over to The Waiting…


This is not a blog post. For subscribers, you are getting a false post that is here to send you elsewhere… for my real post. Today, I am enormously honored and super excited to be a guest blogger over at The Waiting. Emily, the genius behind The Waiting brings all kinds of fun on a regular basis, and you should definitely check her out. But today, she’s trusted me to entertain you. I am giddy with excitement! And, I’ve got to admit, I think it’s a damned good post! If you have young children, you will want to read this. Trust me. If you have teens, you should definitely read this post. Seriously, trust me. But, if you’re kids are nearly grown, this is an important post for you as well. Important? Yes, trust me on this one. I think the journey we share with our kids is the most important journey we make. But what if you’re seeing different sites on that journey? What if you see blue skies and they see storms? What if you see sibling rivalry and they see pain all around? You’ll want to read this post. So run, don’t walk over to The Waiting (click here) and see what I’m talking about. I’m excited to share this one!

Show some love while you’re there! Let Emily know that she wasn’t wrong to trust her blog to me, for a day.  And Yo! I am just 12 Followers away from 2,000… today’s the day; I just know it!  Thanks for your support; it has meant the world in 2013, and is getting 2014 off to an epic start!

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13 Responses to Run, Don’t Walk Over to The Waiting…

  1. Jennie Saia says:

    Bonne Annee! I’m headed there now!

  2. The Waiting says:

    Thanks again, Dawn, for writing this fantastic post! You are the type of mom I want to be years down the road. Thank you for being that example for me.

  3. My Muted Voice says:

    Loved it Dawn!

  4. sara says:

    Ah, Dawn, this is wonderful. Families are so complex, communication so open to misinterpretation. this could be any family, not just yours. I love how much you are trying to come at it from a open mind. xo

    • Hey Sarah! Thanks for stopping by! I agree that these kinds of communication issues happen with so many families. I read that in the comments, and certainly know it from listening to my friends. I appreciate you saying so however, as it’s always reassuring to know we’re not alone in all of this. Thanks so much for checking out this post and commenting; much appreciated! Happy new year!

      Sent from Dawn’s iPhone

  5. TJLubrano says:

    Aahhh! You’re the fabulous unicorn lady in Le Clown’s video! I never put the two together until now.

    Happy New Year to you! *waves* xo

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