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01 January 2003 @ 01:12 pm
Loss Of Ability  
You know, I can think like an adult. I can think like a teen. I can think like a 4-year-old. But, apparently, I've lost the ability to think like a 6-year-old. Watching these two "play" is just painful sometimes. I think it's because I was never like that...believe me, I've confirmed this with my parents.

Sometimers, I wonder if I missed out on part of my childhood by never just being a kid...
The Cynic: Dust Puppydiscordian on January 1st, 2003 01:47 pm (UTC)
Count yourself lucky. I, somehow, managed to skip my teenage years.
zombiedip on January 1st, 2003 04:55 pm (UTC)
I'm sure I missed out on some of the 'kid' aspect, but it was worth it for my dancing. The only difference in when I was a 6 year old and with what we saw today with the boys, was that I was focused on one aspect of my life so intently that I learned alot very early because of it. Looking back on my childhood I'm one of the lucky few that can say I wouldn't change a thing, and I'm thankful for that beyond what can even be expressed in words.

I think their friendship will be good for both of them in the end. It seems what one excels at the other doesn't. I'm hoping as they grow older they can feed off of that part of their friendship.