Renee! This is perfect, I love it.
Dawney Glenn

I’m so glad this resonated with you.

How are you? just seems too big of a question some days.

I am never going to ask my kids how are you — instead, I will ask very specific questions — how was your lunch? how was gym? what was the best part of your day? the worst? Questions that they can actually answer.

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