Remembering the Goblin King with my teen

This morning my sixteen year old daughter said, “Did you hear David Bowie died?”

“Yes, I heard.”

Even the Millennial child who listens to Panic! at the Disco and My Chemical Romance knows David Bowie.

 

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He showed us that one can continue to change and be creative and reinvent.

That you can touch the stars and touch the ground with equal love.

You can be weird and normal.

You can be yourself and someone else that is also you.

You can be an astronaut, or an alien, or a Goblin King, or a Vampire.

You can be original.

You can be anything.

You can all do that and be a parent of creative kids.

 

I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring. ~ David Bowie

 

~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman

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