…or perhaps I spoke too soon?
Maturity is a process, not a destination.
they told me growing up that zits were for teenagers
I’ve had a lot more problems with pimples in my 40s than I ever did in my teens or 20s.
Aw hon, I’m 57 and I still get startled sometimes when I look in the mirror…. you never really lose that kid inside… if you’re lucky anyway 😉
Amen, my friend. I’m 56 and I still feel like an awkward teenager screwing things up!
I’m 21 and I still feel somewhere between 6 and 19. Then again, I have a lot of psychological problems to deal with. But yeah. 90% of the time I think I should be a junior in high school
I’m 37 and I feel like I should be in a retirement home where no one comes to visit me. Maybe that’s because no one comes to visit me now. What’s a friend?
I’m 53. Y’all can both shut up now. ;]
I’m 63, Settle down, all of ya!
Pssh….kids these days.
(<–is not even 1/3 of a century yet.)
I know EXACTLY how she feels. I’m a grown-ass kid. A 36-year-old boy.
We do seem to jump straight from
“I don’t feel like a real grown-up yet”
“I feel old and tired all the time now.”
Then I figure we go senile and genuinely believe we’re little kids again. 😛
“Still feel like a kid” isn’t that bad a stage to be in.
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