To me, there's something incredibly important about allowing your inner child to come out sometimes. In Peter Pan the idea of leaving the nursery is very concrete and final, whereas IRL I think becoming a 'grown up' happens more slowly - but it will never not sadden me when people say they can't do/buy/eat/read/play something because "it's for kids." If you can function as an adult and you have to deal with all of the not-so-fun stuff that comes with it, why in THE WORLD would you deny yourself a lunchbag with princesses on it or a book that's 'supposed' to be for teenagers if that's what would brighten your day a little? ❤
Grow. Growth doesn't always mean growing up. This week me and my shadow are Lost Boys running around with my kids. Sometimes growing is boring and difficult and sometimes it's easy and fun. Your "fun" #fivedaydiscipline can be just as impactful as the ones that aren't as fun so don't be afraid to shake loose while you're shaking up your life.
Alle Kinder, außer eins, werden Erwachsen.
Ich habe das Buch heute endlich beendet und es war so wunderschön. Ich liebe ja schon die Disney und die Realverfilmung von Peter Pan aber das Buch ist einfach nur wow!
Insgesamt bekommt das Buch aber trotzdem nur 4,5/5 Sternen.
Einige Kapitel haben sich einfach gezogen und ich hatte echt Schwierigkeiten in das Buch zu kommen.
Ich kann es jedem Peter Pan Fan einfach nur empfehlen. Es ist mit 213 Seiten auch nicht sonderlich viel zu lesen.
The power of #jmbarrie and #peterpan
I saw this #blueplaque and my mind started wandering & wondering about why I'd never grown up...as I came back to reality I realised I'd been letting my fingers bounce & drag along the metal railings of a fence like a little boy with a stick x