Thursday, 25 October 2012

Seeing How Kids See

A whole bunch of kids got on the bus this morning.  They looked about 8 years old. An adult woman who was with them told me they were on their way to a museum in town.

It was fun travelling with the kids because they found excitement in things I take for granted. 

For instance, when the bus was going round this roundabout, the kids started squealing and it did feel like we were on some joyride.

When the bus went underneath this tunnel, the kids got very excited again.

When I see the way young kids see the world, life is full of joy and wonder.


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