This Stroll on Sunday is for the people who haven’t forgotten what true fun is, even if you are forced to get older, you don’t lose the child at heart.This is for you.
For some reason, many people today define certain activities by age, so if you are like me, and enjoy being a big kid out in public, you may have received looks from people. It is off putting, and not fair, because who is to say that as soon as you grow up you have to lose that side of you. Age is just a number, don’t let other people tell you, you can’t have that little bit of fun. God knows we could all use some occasionally.
So what? I am 18 and went to a farm for little kids, and did a bit of a childish thing which you will see further down the post. If I acted my age 24/7, life would be just boring and bring you down constantly. You need something silly and child like occasionally, to keep you sane and happy. Otherwise, what is the point?
I was seriously impressed by how close I got to this little fellow. He even got up and posed for the camera. Model material. Watch out Heidi Klum!
Talking of models, look at me and my mom pretending to be the owl and the rabbit. I couldn’t resist, I had to do it. Once I have edited the other one of these, I will definitely add it on, because it is my step dad as the deer, and it is hilarious.
Finally, before leaving, me and my mom had a game of air hockey after I continuously annoyed her, saying that we needed to play. It was a good game, which was won by my mom (only by one point. Just saying.) The air went off before I could really get into it (I am not a sore loser). Next time I will show her. Next time!
Anyway, I hope you all had a great day, and I hope you never forget how great it is to have fun. In ten years time, or maybe even five if necessary, sit down and tell yourself it’s ok to have a good time, as long as you also balance it out with the adult stuff. People think is you are an adult, it is about work only. but you can do both. In fact, if you do both, you are sorted, and you will be alright. Actually, better than alright, you will feel great.