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Monday, March 10, 2014

What Ever Happened to Your Childlike Sense of Wonder?

note: I found this as one of the Daily Spark videos...
Daily Spark videos is the bottom entry of sction one on my spark points page it is worth 3 spark points..

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GRLTAZ 3/12/2014 8:53PM

    Another way to view life. LOL

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TROOPER1961 3/11/2014 6:43AM

    I get this feeling when I look at grandson and how excited he gets with just a smile or when he sees something new. We all need to embrace that! emoticon

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JANIEWWJD 3/11/2014 12:54AM

    Wonderful!!!! Thank you!!!! emoticon

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MISSDAISY23 3/10/2014 10:53PM


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MILLISMA 3/10/2014 4:23PM

    I've always said that losing the child in you makes you old. My body is aging but my mind and heart are still young.....just ask my kids!!!!

Just got back from another eye injections so am taking it easy. Was there for over 3 hours since I had to have the full battery of tests. Makes for a long day. The sun is out but right now my eyes can't handle it. Think I'll go close them for a while. "Talk" to you later. big hugs....Mary Anne

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STARLITNIGHT 3/10/2014 1:32PM

    Mind Wide Open emoticon

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REFFIE1 3/10/2014 11:57AM

I have often commented to people that we seem to lose the sense of joy as we age. That I can recall laughing so hard as a child that tears would fall on my cheeks. Sure, this still happens but not as frequently. I believe in maintaining that joyousness and belief that seems to leave with age. Great blog Audra! emoticon

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