33 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 1/6/18

  1. living in my own house, no one mentioned the bills that came with it. Having to make any adult decision, I am not ready to do that sort of thing. Friendships and how tough they can be, having a baby and all the stuff that comes with that.

    Although this doesn’t apply to me, I can see in years to come if you were to ask this, some might say social media and having access to stuff then you figure out what your parents where protecting you from.

    Yeah me being an adult was never going to work. Now where is the nearest slide?

    1. “Having my own place…” is probably the common response. Why did no one tell about having to pay for hot water heater replacement or having to buy furniture or like you said, bills! lol

  2. I would say making decisions, decision as in helping people you Love with Cars, rent, food, and insurance. I thought as a child it would be easy to help people you Love, and turns out there’s a lot more dynamics’s to those kind of situations.

    I also remember the State Fair here being dazzling looking and as an adult the State Fair looks nothing like the place I remember when I was a child.

  3. I think it was the freedom to make my own decisions, but they’re not all as easy as you think it’s going to be. Also, adulthood comes with a lot of responsibilities that as a child you have no clue of.

  4. Freedom and being able to do what I want when I want. When I grew up I found out responsibility and bills often get in the way of being able to do what I want. The challenges of living on my own, but I think that is a personal thing that not everyone struggles with. Hmm….I would agree with the comments of work over school, I miss school. Lol

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