One Liner Wednesday – Adulthood

This week I decided to join the gang for One-Liner Wednesday by Linda G. Hill.

I don’t know how Honey and I had gotten onto the subject of our respective youths one evening but at one point she asked me, “What’s your fondest memory from childhood?”

Without hesitating I answered: “Not having to go to work or pay bills.”

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World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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9 Responses to One Liner Wednesday – Adulthood

  1. pommepal says:

    Good one Norm I guess we can all relate to that…

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  2. reocochran says:

    I loved being a kid and playing from morning until night with a cow bell to call us in for lunch, dinner and bedtime. Boy, were those the days? My Mom was a teacher so the “bonus” part of summer was having her home! 🙂

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  3. facetfully says:

    You are surely not alone there. We just didn’t know what we were in for…and wanted to get there too fast!

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  4. Ain’t that the truth!

    janet

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  5. bikerchick57 says:

    Not going to work is a big one, especially since it’s that time of year…summer recess! 😂

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  6. All those hours spent looking out a classroom window wishing to be older. If only we had really understood the theory and years behind ‘going to work and paying the bills’, we might have enjoyed it more. 🙂

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  7. Suvi says:

    Haha! Yes, that truly is a fond memory of childhood. Mine were days spent by the pool when living in Kuala Lumpur 😀

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  8. Dan Antion says:

    Those were the days. Throw in the summer vacation deal, and you have to wonder why we were in such a hurry to grow up. Welcome to #1linerWeds Norm!

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