Teens who say that life stops after you’re 30 should see me when I pull an even number of socks from the dryer.
There is more truth to that statement than anyone could ever know.
Sure, I remember when I was a teen — I thought 40 was older than dirt. What I didn’t know at the time was that life really didn’t start taking off (at least for me) until I was 32’ish.
What I think kids these days don’t understand is that life at 20-28 is simply the primer needed in order for one to hit his stride.
My advice to the youngsters is to sit back and enjoy the ride — Life doesn’t really start getting fun until you hit your 30’s
Pulling an even number of socks from the dryer is just an added bonus.