Monday, 25 February 2013

Walk a Little Slower

In this hurly burly life of ours sometimes it does us good to stop, listen and smell the roses.  As adults we often forget what the world appears like to a small child., big hurly burley and frightening.

 I found this recently on the web and loved the sentiment.  I hope you do too

We all walk in the footsteps of our parents and many of our ways and habits are learned from them but sometimes seeing things throug a child's eyes gives you a whole new perspective.

Take care and have a good day




  1. That's beautiful, and worth remembering.

  2. I love to see the amazement in a childs face as they see things we take for granted.


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