When we were kids it was alright when people see you talking to yourself. They'd say, "What an imaginative kid. She'll grow up to be a lucrative writer."
And when they see you messing around with your Lego, building blocks or putting together stuff with clay or whatever you can put your hands on, they'd say, "She'll become an engineer or an architect!"
And when your momma catches you writing on the wall, you'll get a spanking, but at the back of her mind she's thinking, "My child's going to be the next Picasso!"
How come we all grow up? Have responsibilities. Bills. Problems. Bad-hair days. Break-ups. Misery. Whatever.
Goodness, let's not think about those ugly things.
If there's one thing that I never lost despite everything I've been through, it's my talent of being silly. Yeah. SILLY.
Embrace life. Be happy. Be always happy. Things will ALWAYS be okay. Have faith.
That's just about it. I'm feeling quite silly now :)
Oooohhh...I couldn't agree with you more ma'am. Still we are kids at heart and we know how to have some fun despite of all these grown-up problems... Peter Pan's so lucky. lols...ReplyDelete
Yep sis, your fountain of silliness never runs dry - it IS contagious!ReplyDelete
@ivan harry - we should always be young at heart dibah? :pReplyDelete
@eilanna - goodness! ganun ako kalakas manghawa??? hihihihi.ReplyDelete
so youre playing with lego or writing on the wall right now? :DReplyDelete
@lady cess - hmmm... not right now. maybe later hahaReplyDelete
so true. ;)ReplyDelete
what would you say when you see your daughter taking Barbie apart, limb by limb? =)ReplyDelete
I used to talk to myself and play alone with my airplanes and toy soldiers. Now, I only do that when no one is watching... shhhhh
Nice cute pic. Hirap ako sa semblance now.
silly you, silly me, silly us all. this is what life is--live life!ReplyDelete
and hey, if i put your "then and now" pictures, who would say that that little girl is the Aileen now? quite a big transformation.
@laarni - as Bugs Bunny said... don't take life too seriously, nobody has come out of it alive.ReplyDelete
@jun - hala! hmmm... then she'd probably become an inventor! Or a mechanical engineer when she grows up. I still talk to myself a lot hihihi (that's what happens when your officemates are in other countries!).
@sexymom - I think I still look pretty much the same - except for the bunot hair! Hahaha.