Friday, March 17, 2017

As long as I am breathing, in my eyes, I am just beginning... :)

It was very nice to follow my daughter’s car this evening. As we were coming from her Lacrosse game, she picked her car and my car was following hers.

It feels good to see your kid growing in front of your eyes, from a tiny baby to a naughty one, to a funny, to crazy, to sensible, to a teenager, to-be an adult... it’s an awesome journey!

I just love the feeling as it felt she was guiding me and I was following her path to home. I want to tell every mother, no matter whether you have delivered or not but it’s all in raising a kid than delivering a kid.

Even though I have a kid who will be soon 18 an adult by law, I don’t myself feel that I am getting old or my kiddo is getting old. I always looked at her as my extension hence the mother-child never came in picture. In fact, my friendship with my gal has grown up so much that I have started feeling like to fulfill my dreams to travel around with my daughter. What would be so best to have your kiddo as your best friend and you are fulfilling the dream that you always had which is to travel around the world.

I am really excited to see my kid getting to be an adult and somewhere I am looking for my company to do things that many times you put away for one or the other reason. 

I like this growing up again, people can think whatever because we girls are going to rock ;-)
As a mother or parent we all strive for safety and well being of our kid and I believe as nature's way is to quit when the right time comes. I also felt that, when she drove ahead towards the home, I slowed down because I know she is heading the right way and will reach safely to her destination... it's time to let go and fly high!!!

"Sometimes you just have to jump in a mud puddle because it's there. Never get so old that you forget about having fun." - Tom Giaquinto, Be A Good Human

~ Dawn

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