The Little Girl In You

I know you know she (or he for you guys out there) is somewhere deep inside of you, waiting to come out every now and then. So let her come out and play. Let her go crazy, giggle like a little child again, laugh at things “only kids would laugh at” and discover the world again through the eyes of a child once more.

I think it would be a shame to keep this inner child locked up. Our life is too short to do so. Dance in the rain! Go crazy every now and then, skip instead of walking, build that sandcastle or snowman, use that swing and swing as high as you can! Just enjoy your day the way you would have as a child.

I bet you will feel good afterwards…

12 thoughts on “The Little Girl In You

  1. Love it! You can become too serious, too busy, too exhausted and yet there are still those twinges and memories of what it was like to be carefree. That said, I was quite a sensitive child and I’m not if I was spinning around and twirling without being self-conscious. At the same time, I used to love making pancakes with my best friend and drenching our pancakes with lemon and sugar, which would be my equivalent.
    I still love making pancakes and it does revive the little girl in me!
    xx Rowena

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  2. This rings true for me and I go get her often. There’s something special about swinging high, and landing on my feet that makes me laugh out loud. I want to believe that I am always patterning my life after this. It’s the little things that made me feel like I could do anything. –W38

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  3. I wish my childhood was like the photo. I am loving your blog! I am following now and thanks for stopping by mine due to the Blog Interview I did on Jason of Harsh Reality πŸ™‚

    Love & Light,
    Author/Columnist, Catherine Lyon xo

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