Played Life. Passed Go. But Owed $200 Instead

As you get older you start to see things in a different perspective. Gone are the carefree, playful ways of our youth. Or the rebellious adventures of the teen years. Even our twenties we seem to be carefree has we find our place in the world.

But somewhere, as we travel the board and crossover Go, and moving into the thing called Life, we didn’t get our $200, but owed it instead.

Add to that kids, mortgages, credit card payments, car payments, marriage and relationships, maybe even a divorce and life is a little, really a lot more, serious.

We become a lot more serious. Responsibilities become a lot more serious.

Anxieties and stress mount and all we’d really love to do is wrap ourselves in a bubble of long forgotten youth when it was just so easy!

Reality??? Nope! But what an wonderful possibility it could be.

So for now we continue adulting, and have some laughs along the way.

The Daily Post – Daily Prompt – Bubble

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