Growing up, have you ever wanted to be one of the cool kids? I have. When I was younger, being cool was my ultimate goal. What coolness meant to me then was everything superficial that I could show off to and flaunt in front of others. It was an ego trip that I fully enjoyed.Continue reading “Coolness”
Being mature isn’t a bad thing, because maturity often is synonymous with being experienced and worldly.
In kindergarten, I used to dance a lot. As one of the ‘principle’ dancers throughout my kindergarten career, I was able to hold onto this admirable status as I progressed from one grade to another. I loved dancing. But I didn’t know why. Now looking back on it, I’ve realized that my kindergarten dance madeContinue reading “Dance Freely”
Parents worry, at times, that their children don’t grow up fast enough. In wanting to squeeze the maturity out of their kids, parents purposely nudge their kids incessantly through uttering gentle words of caring in hopes of their worrisome messages are being conveyed successfully. Once the kids are mature, they themselves complain the fast passageContinue reading “Racing”