My friends, following is a timely and beautiful piece posted on one of my favorite blogs, Momastary.
What perfect timing! The topic of one of my recent posts was about bullying. Thanks, G for this letter.
I experienced it. My cousin, Laura experienced it. Now, my son suffers from it.
Please. Please. Please.
Talk to your children. Read this letter to your kids. Glennon gives her permission to substitute her son’s name with your child’s. We can minimize bullying by being aware and educating our children on what this means and what it feels like to victims.
Glennon is inspiring. She is full of love. She brings good into this world.
We connect with Glennon. Glennon connects with us. Want to know why? She is vulnerable, honest, real, and she offers a full heart. Consistently.
My cousin, Laura, turned me on to her. Laura took me to see her.
Here is Laura, our friend, Jessica and I waiting in great anticipation for G to arrive at The Old South Church in Boston. Glennon more than delivered.
Then, by choice, the three of us waited at the very end of the line of many, many women to say hello to G. It was worth the wait. We loved being last.
Glennon’s sister Amanda was by her side. What lucky women. They have each other. And they share full hearts collectively with all. And they make a difference.
Glennon says, “Love Wins.”
She is so very right. And so is Amanda.
Thank you, both.