…Thankfully I have very understanding people around me so that I don’t feel I have to justify myself any more for certain “childish” decisions. It certainly helps to have so many cartoonist/nerd friends :D
Yes … fortunately I have friends that understand my addiction to Pokemon games. An addiction which is even more strange because I never played a one till I was about 50. LOL So yeah … I don’t think you need to feel too bad.
Yay, Games! Good on you that you discovered this pastime. Pokemon, my kids were very much into that. And my younger son now sold his NIntendo to Sarah.
talking about a new level for stubborn -_-
You mean those kids on the slide… Yeah, absolutely.
Ignore them. There’s a difference between a child like joy in the things you do and being childish. Do what makes you happy.
I work with grade school kids a couple hours four days a week, and I’ll be out on the playground supervising them… and I’ll look left… I’ll look right… WHOOSH DOWN THE SLIDE I GO! Then back to supervising the kids…
Great, Lydia. I can’t go past a playground without trying out the swings.
I went to see a claymation family movie called ‘The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists’ and it is exactly as silly as it sounds. Half of the back row was taken up with a group of people well into their 60′s, and they enjoyed it just as much as I did. Which just goes to show that acting ‘grown-up’ is overrated.
(I recommend that movie to anyone and everyone, by the way )
There is a very good video on youtube of a lecture by John Cleese (of Monty Python fame) about creativity… he underlines the importance of ‘play’ in the creative process. Its 30 minutes long, but well worth a watch!
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