Since girls are getting older they are stuck between two wanting’s. That would be I wish to be a little kid again or always stay in twenties. When my parents were drilling it into my head that this time, high school, is the best time of our lives. Just now I can see why this is true, we don’t have many responsibilities we’re not adults, but were not babies, we’re just stuck in-between. This may lead us to not feeling that we fit in anywhere, other than with the crazy teenage kids that we don’t always like. We then start dreaming of how much better it may be to just be little kids again, or to be young adults, mid-twenties. As I think things like this I take a step back and look back to elementary school. When I desired to be a teenager, hanging out with friends at the football games and driving friends around, not dependent on a parent I thought how cool that’d be. Now I’ve gotten to that age, I’ve realized being able to drive isn’t all that, and now we long to be in our after twenties, so our parents can’t tell us when to be home, or always questioning us. We’re never just satisfied with the time we’re at in our lives; we always look at something as being better. As humans we, “want what we can’t; don’t have,” that’s just life. Love the time you’re in, quit longing for an older age that someday you’ll experience. Once you make it there, you’ll most likely want to go back to the younger ages, these are the best times our of lives.
Living in the moment means letting go of the past and trusting in the future. When we are positive and optimistic in the present, we open the possibility of a positive and promising future. We owe it to ourselves to make every moment count – now!
Enjoy your weekend girls and thank you for reading me