My Younger Days.

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It is good to remind yourself that you have had fun – and that you had younger days.

It doesn’t hurt to make your children see you as something other than Mum either.

7 thoughts on “My Younger Days.”

  1. So glad I popped over to your blog site (via Blog Catalog) Sometimes BC can be annoying but then there are times when you find a blog you enjoy. By the way, love the dolphin (at least I think it’s a dolphin…but then again, fishy type things aren’t my cup of tea!). The water is amazing!
    And even though I’m approaching **gads** 41 I still remember the days of my youth quite well. Unfortunately my teen years weren’t really ‘blogworthy’ so to say! Would I do them again? Not on your life! I do look forward to stopping by again very soon and until then…here’s wishing you much happy blogging.

    Avery

    1. Yes it is a dolphin – a friend took me to Tahiti for my 51st birthday – and you are worried about 41. I’d not do my time over – neither would I change it. So glad you dropped by and like the blog. i like your as well !!!

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