“Time:Third Segment”

Spring has sprung and gone it seems. Just a couple of decent days and then back to autumn. Its a wonder why there are so many colds, allergies and such. Had a four lines blogged and it turned blue and it disappeared again. Second time. Oh well, live and learn. Now had to condense it. Won’t be the first and definitely won’t be the last. There it just happen again. Now have to remember to use the mouse instead of the keys or space bar. In the eyes of a parent, children are infants and time is timeless yet it may cease. It is wonderful magical experiences with highs and lows. Then the children are preteens and more events occur. The children become teenagers and then it is very challenging for both the parent and the young people. At a moments notice the children go off to college or go get jobs on their own. Most of the times in neighboring states or where they may be able to find it. Yet other times it may be far away. It’s good to have the children live their own lives. The parents shouldn’t live through their children. The children should have their own independent minds, think for themselves. That is the natural order of the way it should be. It would be quite harder for the children to be nearby, than farther away. There is the computer and social media which is stupendous and makes life so much easier in that respect. A parent has to recollect that knowledge has been given to the adult and be reminded to treat the young adult as such and not treat them as a child. Sometimes it is hard having a parent intuitive attachment. However for that is the very best for them both. If for instance a parent has given children a true sense of love, it will forever be there and be return as well. A parent has to be responsible for themselves and live their own life outside of their children. A mother will always be a mother as a father will always be a father. Then there will be respect for both. Respect isn’t given: it is earned.

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