Well lets start lm friendly,l like to play rough, and l bite...:) Just Joking......
l can always put a smile on your face. I am an adult. A man. I tried some things, failed, found out what I like and what I don’t. I have accepted the fact that I do like to know what I am talking about.I feel solid and l like what I am doing. I no longer jump between vast pursuits or feel as fickled or as unsure as I did when I was younger. My youth is a ship being towed away to some port on the lee side of the Fraser River to be disassembled and broken down into scrap metal, and I happily bide this ship a hearty farewell. For it was a good run.
I am getting older, but I am not old. I smile when I wake up each morning. I found a way of life that I enjoy. Getting older just seems to mean that I have had more time to better learn how to make myself happy. I am far happier than I ever was at 18. It takes some years to find out how you click. I am just beginning to learn my own buttons. Maybe someday I will be able to sing my own song on stage with all my friends watching and enjoying the music.
From where I am standing, it seems as if the world is just as rich and wide-open for those in their thirties, forties, and fifties as it is for teenagers who are just looking upon their first days. Perhaps it is even richer for those who are old enough to know what to do with it. If a life is a work of art then I say the more paint the better. With each passing year layers of character are smeared over your weathered canvas and this is richness that can not be matched by the stupid days of youth. A time and a place for everything. The world and human experience are both vast. I was told by some old guy once on the West Coast here that there is everything under the sun out there. I know this is true, and so I smile. Personal happiness is perhaps the most important thing in the world. But happiness needs to be seized. It does not just knock on the door, walk right in, and crack open a beer. No, you need to search for the swarmy little **stard. My experience tells me that happiness should be worked for. Trials, tribulations, and self doubt are some of the best things that can happen to a person.