I didnt know I will die one day ._.
By six, I thought about that A LOT. Maybe because they talked about it in church so much...?
Wow, I was afraid my father would kill me when I was a kid...he got out of hand when he was hitting me.
but did you really believe that you could die?
absolute innocence and universal acceptance of irresponsibility
getting all my meals prepared for me.
The blissful ignorance of your parents protecting you from the realities of the world.
My parents, more than anything.
No worries, no bills!
Not hating hot summers
when i was a kid. past and future was not my main focus. Now was my only focus.
That the most important thing I had to worry about was finishing my homework on timeish :-P
I miss really understanding what innocence is. Understanding what it is like to truly believe...in any thing. Your parents tell you a fairy tale and you spend the next week looking for a ring of todestools to steep in and meet an elf. You know it to be a fact that you and your family will live to together and be happy forever. To be immortal until you are shone that you are not. In childhood you truly understand what eternity is like while waiting that last hour till you can open your Christmas gifted. Belief and eternity are what I miss.
All my time all could go for playing, reading and napping no deadlines or stress just pure fun.
Not having to worry about assignments and bills.
Just not haveing responsibilities or even knowing what they are and no stress
innocence. wonder and joy at simple things. the belief that one could achieve whatever they wish.
Being carefree. <br />
Innocence. The excitement of new experiences without inhibitions or feelings of betrayal.
I miss everything being a new experience
I miss believing that I can be happy.
Nap time and Trick or Treating