Now Playing: 'Wherever You Will Go' by The Calling
When I was about eight to thirteen a few people I know started families, and I developed a bit of a reputation of being the girl who loved babies; the most eager (and cheap) babysitter around. Now, all those kids are growing up, and I'm starting to feel...old.
I love little kids. I love how sweet and innocent they are. I love how that careful element of cool calculation is blissfully missing with every word, hug, kiss on the cheek. Teenagers...teenagers scare me, because they're so passive-aggressive; passively indifferent and aggressively emotional, all at once. It drives me insane.
I love simpler times, simpler people. Little people who can be enthralled enough by a story about a witch living in my closet to stay out of places that they shouldn't go to.
And it's pretty hilarious, some of the stuff that comes out of their mouths.
'I'm never gonna get married coz if you get married you have to kiss people like actually kiss people like this OM OM OM OM and that's really yucky i'm only ever gonna kiss my mummy and my daddy...'