I learned that just because you like ramen noodles AND peanut butter does not mean they will go together. Oh and it's a bad idea to pick the biscuits out of the oven without mitts no matter how fast your reflexes.
I've learned that I have always known myself, though I have allowed others to distract me along the way. I am my own best counselor. There really is no place like home. And much of the world's beauty forms in response to a wound.
I have learned to be positive always, despite the hurdles, even that shall pass. Enjoy every moment that I have. After being through some tough situations and overcoming them you just begin to be grateful for what you have I guess..
Even when things around you seem hopeless... ALWAYS be grateful. That you have a roof, over your head, a friend, a partner, family, a job, a career, a child, food in the fridge... and the list goes on.
Looking at life in one's youth is much more different then viewing it once one gets old. Things I took for granted like the sunlight shining down on the trees, on the grass and on the buildings are a beautiful sight, the air filling my lungs is intoxicating the sound of voices, swirling leaves plus free of pain for hour, a day is a wonderful thing, so I say to myself how much I'm going to miss this all.
Did you grow up learning three languages at the same time? My children 6 and 3 are learning English-Spanish and French at the same time. They seem to be coping very well but I would like to hear about people...
My first hub was a copy paste news on David Vila's first goal in world cup 2010 and I did not know how to create similes those days. I had 4-5 copy paste production back to back all on daily news from newspapers. ....