søndag den 25. juli 2010


Am I living in a box Am I living in a cardboard box

( ゚▽゚)/コンバンハ

We have all played with them when we were kids! And I must admit I still do even though I’m 23 years old. But hey I can't help it! It’s the kid inside me that tells me to play with them (sounds skitsophrenic) (*≧▽≦)

I don't know what it is but it’s not just me, its everybody I know who become kids again when playing with these square boxes of fun fun fun! I mean if Snake use them it MUST be cool, right? But yeah cardboard boxes are awesome, really they are! You can make anything with them if you just use your imagination! A space rocket, a castle, a house, a car, a train everything is possible! Plus they even make a nice little hideout where only you are allowed to be... until mom and dad tears it down, lol ( ´ ▽ ` ).

I remember as a kid my dad got a load of boxes home and he actually made a little one person house out of them for my sister and me to play in. With a little roof, window and door and I must admit it was the best thing I’ve played with ever (ノ´∀`*)ノ! The same goes for a jumping pillow or trampoline! Common admit it! When you go to a fair or a theme park and you see either of those two you can’t control yourself and you just HAVE to jump on it. ( ´∀`)

Don’t worry its okay. It’s almost a taboo now to act like a child sometimes when you’re a grownup. I mean, how many times haven’t you seen grownups frown at a boy, or girl, at the age omf25-30 jumping on a trampoline? Many! It’s totally okay to let your inner child out sometimes since it is our inner child that keeps us from getting over stressed and becoming boring, gray and gloomy adults with nothing in their mind but work work work work. SO don’t be afraid to show your inner child some times, embrace it. Jump on the jumping pillow if you need it and build a fort out of cardboard boxes if that is what you fancy just don’t hide or even worse, kill your inner child its part of you as you are a part of it. (´・ω・`)

© 2009 Maryam Siddiqi

Until next time I blog ☆ミ(o*・ω・)ノイッテキマ-ス!!

1 kommentarer:

Thomas Ørum sagde ...

The thing is you don't stop playing from getting old - you get old from not playing