Family News!

On Sunday, my son graduated from high school. It was pouring rain and and my hair got all frizzy and it was kind of cold out, but it was a BIG day that we’ve been working toward for 18 years and I’m feeling very happy for Cole

I don’t really think it has hit me yet, that he’s leaving home to go off on is own…

I wanted to share here – because, first of all I’m proud! But also because I may be a little emotional over the next few weeks and I wanted you to know why – if we’re in a webinar or playing in Be Open or doing whatever together, you may see me get a little weepy!

My weepiness will probably calm down soon – and then start back up in August when we actually LEAVES for college.

If you’ve taken any of my classes, you’ve heard me talk about it before – THIS is what I always teach – and so here I am following my own advice. TRANSPARENCY! It’s all about transparency.

Love,
Danielle

 

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  1. usha
    usha says:

    Congratulations to Cole and all the very best for his future !!
    And when fledglings leave the nest it can be very emotional … but i think here’s where animals teach us this … stand the kids up on their feet and then allow them to live their lives.

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  2. Lisa Carey
    Lisa Carey says:

    Congratulations to Cole. I’ve done the off to college and then the getting their own place. It’s tough and so are you!

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  3. Susan Miller
    Susan Miller says:

    Congratulations to Cole and your family! A big, exciting step forward! You and your hair look fabulous ❣️❣️❣️

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  4. Tina Spector
    Tina Spector says:

    I hear ya. Im with you. As Oprah Winfrey onced discussed with the empty nest show, mom’s choose to have children, they do not choose to see them leave. U will eventually get used to it. My daughter’s 27 and I insist on seeing her at least once a month! Plane, train, or automobile!

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