What seminal event from the past 20 years has emotionally affected you the most, and why?

I’m honored to be featured on the Outlier Collective today, addressing an event of the last twenty years that affected me emotionally, and why. It’s a big topic; hope you’ll stop by and check it out on the Outlier Collective. Take a minute to leave a comment or a like and let me know you stopped by.


About Dawn Quyle Landau

Mother, Writer, treasure hunter, aging red head, and sushi lover. This is my view on life, "Straight up, with a twist––" because life is too short to be subtle! Featured blogger for Huffington Post, and followed on Twitter by LeBron James– for reasons beyond my comprehension.
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2 Responses to What seminal event from the past 20 years has emotionally affected you the most, and why?

  1. Burr Hazen says:

    Seminal event . . . ?

    I have a simple answer.

    I was so in love with the most wonderful woman. The fun and laughter we shared . . . .

    Eventually, as we both knew would happen, Pam contracted the family hereditary disease, Huntingtons.

    My time as her hospice-care-giver was the most emotionally-draining, difficult, yet somehow, rewarding period of my life.

    Rewarding? Yes, because when someone is spiraling, comfort and love are gifts they remember for the rest of their lives.

    Dawn, I doubt you remember me, but we once met near Orlando. And, my amazing wife was your Aunt Pamela.



    • Of course I remember you Burr. No doubt Huntington’s Disease has impacted my family in enormous ways, but when I think about the world I live in… it is the larger events that effected so many, that I refer to. So sorry for you loss, our loss.



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