The Human Metamorphosis

Little kids — cuddly, sociable,  magical, fascinated, delightful, captivating, excitable, giggly, carefree,  curious, exuberant, spontaneous, eager,  loving.

Teenagers (not so much any of the above or below) — persnickety, omnipotent, oversensitive, quarrelsome.

Adult children — passionate, patient, observant, pensive, reasonable, loving and lovable, respectful, sensible, sincere, bubbly, affectionate, hospitable, accepting, relaxed, familiar.

And before anyone should take fault with my generalizations, I am aware that these descriptions do not pertain to everyone.  One could assume I am describing my own family perhaps — to which I will neither agree nor disagree.

All I can say is, I had the most delightful outing yesterday with three of my adult daughters.  Thank you for transforming into such lovely, delightful young ladies.  I am so proud of you … Deidra, Mariah and Brianna.

Three blonde haired happy young ladies.

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About dbdaze

Currently spending much of my time contemplating the remainder of my life ... realizing the importance of dreams that are fulfilled, support of those closest to you, and the value in downsizing and living with less.
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One Response to The Human Metamorphosis

  1. Deidra says:

    Awww…how sweet Mom, thank you! In regards to your description of teenagers….you were being very nice OR as the years go by you’ve forgotten, but I highly doubt that. I’m grateful that only a small percentage of our years are spent being teenagers!!! Love you!

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