Monday, August 10, 2020

Dear Daughters: August 2020


Dear Daughters:

First, may I say that you are the kind of people/thinkers I would want on a sinking ship. 

You inherently know what I was taught as a child growing up on a ranch in South Texas which is: 

watch for snakes. 

Due to our current health crisis, you are all facing work and career challenges.

You do not need my advice .

Our world seems to have changed, and the stakes are high.

You are Texas educators returning to work on campus or an attorney meeting with clients.

Both are slippery slopes during a pandemic.

However, the good news is YOU have not changed. 

You are smart and feisty and alert.

You know exactly what to do and how to do it- one day at a time.

You do not need me to help you figure this out.


However ...

For whatever it is worth...

If you get in a bind...

Dad and I can be there in a New York minute. 

We will pull into any parking lot at any time, roll the window down and say, "Get in."


Love, Mom


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Nancy's Notes said...

I dearly love your “Dear Daughter’s posts!” My dear friend, I also loved seeing you pop up on my blog list, my heart just burst!! Come back soon!

Buttercup said...

My first visit to your blog and I love this post!

Unknown said...

Ty for the song and post today. I am missing my daughter so very much. She lives abroad in Madrid with her husband. We face time and send funny tik toks back and forth, but, my heart, my beauty, feisty, strong willed & quite spoiled 30 year old babygirl is missed during this Pandemic. We pray and hope to be reunited soon....we are not promised tomorrow...but, if she called today.... you best believe her Mama would get there.. somehow <3. Cherish each day. Love, leelee

Unknown said...

So glad to see a post from you. Beautiful message and yes I'd be there ASAP not just for daughters but friends as well. Take care and stay safe.

Deanna Rabe said...

Love these posts to your daughters. So affirming and full of pride in the strong women they are. Beautiful!

Loui♥ said...

thank you for making my morning coffee even better!
A big smile popped on my face when i spied your name in my email!!
I, like so many others,have missed your posts!
Love them all especially dear daughter!
Count me in as one who would be there faster than a heartbeat!

susan said...

Oh Laura so good to your blog especially your Fear Daughters. Just love these. Missing Alana so much. Wish she lived in Texas. We FaceTime and text and call but nothing beats a big ole hug and kiss. Stay safe my friend.

JB said...

Oh my! How I love this post! I can hear you saying this very thing!
I miss you so much and cannot wait for this pandemic to be OVER!

Stacey said...

Oh it's such a good day when a post from Laura pops up!! I miss you!!

Creations By Cindy said...

I've always loved your dear daughter posts sweet lady. But I wish you could have seen my face when I saw a post from you today! Yes, I was Happy. Always enjoyed your blog post. Hope you are doing well. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Theresa said...

It is always nice to see you here in Blogland, love the "Dear Daughter" posts and I am sure they do too! Enjoy your day dear Laura, HUGS!

Jeanie said...

Welcome back! And I love Dear Daughters! And this one -- Oh, I would have died!

Unknown said...

Thank you for saying everything I was thinking!

CHERI said...

Here you are!!!! So glad you are back in the Blogging World. I am sure your daughters appreciate your beautiful words.

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