Every Friday we unite for five minutes. Only five minutes, that's all we get, that's all we have. And then, right where we are, no edits or second-thoughts, we publish those words. This week, we write on discover.
What has amazed me to the most about you is how old you were when you were born.
The world seemed so familiar to you, and you seemed so knowledgeable.
What I have loved watching is you discover your childish side.
the kid you are and therefore should be allowed to be.
I don't know why I squash that person when she tips over to the other side and why I remind her of maturity.
You are a child for a short time, you will be an adult for the rest of forever.
Keep discovering that kid, never let her go.
Hold her close no matter what number your age says.
Keep discovering a new childish part of your old self
and thank you for allowing me to discover mine.
You are me and together, we have to remember that life is not that serious.
We have to discover the joy we want in our lives
take my hand let's lead each other to this discovery.
What I have loved watching is you discover this world.
That first year of life, when everything was amazing to you and you were taking it all in, it was a year of amazement to me too.
You came to me new, fresh, eyes ready to learn.
You were and are brand new.
You have reminded me that life should be full of discovery, you have reminded me of young.
Not because you work hard at it but because it comes so naturally to you.
Youth and childhood and new and discoveries are what you do best.
Being around you forces one to stop digging in their heals and remember how perfect young is.
You have taken the lead, you are in charge of childhood and you remind each of us that you don't have to look hard, it's right there, at our fingertips.
You don't have to discover the joys of life, you just clearly see them and for that, you are a wonder and wonderful.
You have each brought me on a journey in discovering who I am once you take away the lists, the to dos, the have tos the worry.
It's so true! There's nothing like discovery through the eyes of a child.
Never had kids, but I do have (among many other dogs) my chief service dog, ladron, a Red Heeler we got when she was five weeks old.
She's incredibly mature - she will hide my tools if she thinks I am too ill to work, and she will push me back into the house if she thinks I may fall when outside.
But sometimes I see the puppy, rolling on her back, and barking just for the sheer joy.
#1 at FMF this week.
Two of my four children are grown (2nd just turned 18 last month). The 3rd is on the verge at 16. The 4th I'll have for a while longer but she isn't so little anymore.
I love this post! It takes me back to the days when they were toddling around finding critters in the backyard and playing without a care in the world!