Staying young is they key to happiness and a long life. As Sally says, head into your second childhood. She is spot on! Children are sunbeams, and we need to become children once again. Thank you, Sally!
This post was first published on the wonderful Sue Vincent’s blog in 2018 and four years later I can honestly say that I am enjoying my Second Childhood in most repects. A little slower maybe and not quite as fearless as the first time around, but I do believe that however much time you may have in front of you, it should be fully embraced and celebrated.
Sally aged 7 years old – looking forward and not back
Why I am skipping Old Age and embarking on my Second Childhood instead.
I have researched the delights of Old Age rigorously, in an effort to determine if I want to actually accept the title. I looked after my mother for several years in her late 80s to her mid-90s, and I would say that she was young at heart until dementia robbed her of that at age 92.
She said that…
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I love this
Thanks Beth.. xx
It is one of Sally’s best! Warms my heart.
I’m ready for my second childhood now.
with you on that Liz xx
It is one of Sally’s best. I feel exactly the same way!
Attitude is everything. I’ve been around people much younger than me who act old and those who are older than me but act young. I’m determined to be part of that 2nd group.
Oh yes.. met those who are 20 going on 90.. such a tragedy when they see the world that way… the 2nd group is growing thanks in large part to blogging.
Yes, attitude is everything! The second group is the place for me, too. Best to you, Pete.
Yes absolutely true and our attitude is everything and how we take things in our hands. A lovely post
Thanks very much.
Exactly! This post speaks to me and to many.
Thanks very much for reblogging Jennie and have an amazing weekend. ♥
You are welcome, Sally! Such an important post. ❤️
Shared on Twitter for you and Sally, Jennie.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thank you, Pete!
I love this post too. It certainly speaks to me. I have no intention of growing up. Ever!!
I love Sally’s stories allover. Thanks for the reminder, Jennie! xx Michael
Thanks for sharing here, Jennie.
You’re welcome, Norah.