I wish I knew NOW

- POSTED ON: Apr 24, 2012


                 

                                                  

I can still remember when I was young enough to Know-it-All.

 Time changes us and our attitudes. 
As we age, we learn more and more and more,
and the more we learn, the more we realize how little we know. 

My online time as the YouTube Grandma continually reminds me of this fact, 
and I sometimes find communicating with young people to be a bit challenging.

                                   


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On Apr 25, 2012 kimberchick wrote:
Good morning :-) I also remember when I thought I knew it all, and I clearly remember when I started to realize I didn't know much (when I was 25 or 26 yrs old) lol And I too find communicating with young people these days to be not only challenging but also kind of depressing :-o I did watch (and enjoy) a grandma video today but since I'm still only able to use my left hand to type I'm only leaving a comment here ... but I'm truly enjoying the videos ... it's almost like having a short visit with you every day (except the part where I'm not there lol). Wishing you a wonderful awesome day and sending lots of good diet mojo your way :-)

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