The photo is perfect for the memory.
Thanks, I thought so, too. :)
Aren't we always trying out future selves? At least, we are, if we're truly living.
Perhaps this is true. Now, I mostly want to try out a better version of myself.
That is rich in memory. Resonates with a big pang..every detail. Perfect, Teresa.
Thank you so much, Ray. I'm glad this resonated with you ...
I guess it is the boundlessness that each of us seek. That which cannot be attained now, we wish to see that in the future. Nature's wonderful screen is time. It gives us the opportunity to learn from history and to yearn for the future. Ironically, both can happen only in the present. Childhood innocence makes the yearning more profound and lively. Nice.
Yes, absolutely. I love this thoughtful and insightful comment. It's perfect. Thank you so much.
Although we didn't know it at the time childhood really was trying out our future selves. I spent so much time hanging out in the woods I never knew the preparation I was getting. Nice thoughts, wonderful words.
In so many ways, yes ... I sometimes feel I'm back to being my ten year old self with a place of her own ... :)
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