Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The Difference between Adults and Children

Here's a picture of pure childhood joy standing on an inflatable in a lake.

Here's a picture that further contextualizes that joy.

Children do not feel cold. Adults, however, do not consider it advisable to get into a lake when the air temperature is 65 degrees F and the breeze is gusting to twenty miles per hour. Instead, adults put on a coat.

Joy comes in many temperature settings.


  1. I'm grinning from ear to ear. Never has a truer word been spoken. Lx

  2. I'm grinning too, but it takes a lot of effort to grin when your teeth are chattering! Brrrr.....shiver. Your boys are a blessing to us all, Susan :)

  3. I'm glad you are enjoying your vacation in Minnesota. If you wanted warmth, you should have been here last week!

  4. Haha! Too funny!

  5. This looks wonderfull Luv Sue x


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