Thursday, December 16, 2010

Some Of My Most Important Lessons Were Learned When I Was A Baby~

They say that you are never too old to learn and at 50 years of age I believe that.  I still maintain to this day though that some of the most important lessons in life were learned while I was still in diapers.

  • A nap is the best way to start the day.
  • If you're hungry, fuss until someone feeds you.
  • A nap is the best way to cure a full stomach.
  • If you make a mess, fuss until someone else cleans it up.
  • A bath followed by a nice long nap is a great way to refresh after a busy day.
  • A smile will get you EVERYTHING.
  • You don't need a reason to smile.
  • You don't need a reason to nap.
  • Smiles and laughter are contagious.  So are frowns and cries.
  • Everything tastes better when you eat it with your fingers.
  • It is never too early, or too late, for a nap.
  • Just because something smells good it is not a guarantee that it will taste good.
  • You can never be too young or too old for a nap.
  • Hugs can be substituted for naps when naps are not possible at the time.
  • A nap is the best way to end the day.
  • When all else fails, take a nap, regroup and start again refreshed.
  • Everything is better after a nap.
These are some of life's earliest and most valuable lessons.  And on that note, I think it's time for a nap~