As adults, we don’t have the opportunity to feel like kids very often.
We have bills to pay, meetings to attend, kids to raise, and projects to complete.
The trash needs to go out, the car is due for an oil change, this new diet you’re on is so boring, and your dog has an appointment with the vet.
But then, at increasingly infrequent intervals, we randomly find ourselves letting loose and acting like kids again. When it happens, our batteries are recharged as we forget about all the noise and responsibilities in the world.
Your only job at the moment is mowing down that kid across from you with a dodge ball. How sweet it is.
You should make it a point to be a kid again more often. You might be surprised how good you feel afterwards.
The only drawback to being a kid again? The pain and soreness in the morning. Ouch. Some things you just cannot change.
What happens to you when you feel like a kid again? What does it take to get there, and how often does it happen?