Another Day Older…And Wiser

This is a glimpse of the child that’s within He’s so immature but he’s still my best friend If he could learn how to fly he’d never touch down He’s the kid that I am when there’s no one around – Garth Brooks, “When There’s No One Around” I turned another day older yesterday; the significance of seeing it through another day was that I also closed the chapter on one year of my life and opened the chapter to …


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4 comments on “Another Day Older…And Wiser

  1. Billy Moore on said:

    I also just aged another year Sunday the 17th. I am 59. My wife told me no matter what I say that next year I am at least middle age. Bull! You’re right, let that inner child go! Yesterday I went grocery shopping. As I was pushing the cart towards my car way in the back of the lot I started running, then hopped up on the cart for a ride. Everyone who was in the parking lot smiled. They may have been laughing at me or with me, but it was fun. As we age we can’t forget all of the things you are talking about. Life is way more fun when we can view it from the wisdom of our age but with the heart of a child. Thanks for making me sure that I am not nuts.

    • You’re not nuts Billy; imagine if everyone in the world would let their IC take over – probably cut down on wars…we could have kickball competitions instead…thanks for the comment.

  2. Gloria De La Cruz-Sandoval on said:

    My prayer is that my OA catches up with my IC. Can you imagine what life will be like when the wisdom and experience of life tunes into the genuine truth, happiness, excitement, and fulfillment of a child? True joy and heart-filled living indeed my friends – Living life and loving it!

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