I was having lunch with a friend of mine, Victoria, who is in her mid twenties and it is amazing that during our conversations that you could never tell that there is a 15 year age difference between us. Is she mature for her age – not at all! For some reason I am always a source of entertainment for her as she can’t stop laughing at my antics! I think she laughs more than anybody else I know, which is one of her great qualities!
I told her that I have always acted younger than my age, maybe it is partly due to the fact that I actually look like I am in my late twenties, but really I am just a big kid. I like to see life the way it should seen – there to experience, enjoy, learn, grow, and most importantly have fun while living it!
Of course at work I act accordingly (which could be hard since I look so young but have been able to overcome that with years of experience), but I never want to lose the desire for fun that your inner child craves.
Your inner child will help you constantly look at life with amazement and want to learn and experience all that life has to offer.
Age places no limit on enjoying life.
Age plays no factor in friendships.
Age is a frame of mind.