Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Hope

“Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.”

― John F. Kennedy

Earlier this week I was lucky enough to hang out with one of the special little guys in my life. He’s super smart, totally adorable and I just know in his own way he’s going to change the world.

Childhood is a different thing for his generation, than mine or any before us. At his young age, he was so excited to show me his birthday present, a pc. I’m sure many parents fear such a thing becoming the wanted gift, yet despite all it’s granduer, one of the exciting things to him was all the lights changing colour, showing me, that innocence is still there, for now. There is no doubt, children are growing up quicker, how could they not with so much knowledge at their finger-tips?

His mother is one of my favourite humans on earth, like him, she’s so incredibly smart, strong and brave. Her quick-thinking wit is one of my favourite aspects of her personality.

They used to live in an old Victorian house. One day, in his wisdom, the young man and one of his friends decided to turn off all the lights and have a ghost hunt. My friend (being the secret genius that she is), took a blue tooth speaker and hid it under a bed. Just as the boys gave up hope of finding their ghost in the attic suddenly ghostly noises began downstairs. It is amazing how quickly the boys no longer wanted to find a ghost.

Thanks to the magic of the modern age, this pure delight was all caught on camera. Enjoy!

Heath and Devon’s Ghost Adventure Video

The boys still don’t know about the speaker! So, maybe technology does have a place in preserving innocence and imagination? Maybe it just takes us adults thinking outside of the box about how to use technology in more adventurous ways. It may not be building dens, and making mud pies but this video shows kids just being kids and having an adventure, and I love it.

Originally written in response to Writer’s Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge (#WQWWC – Hope) now hosted by Marsha Ingrao at Always Right.

Much Love

17 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Hope

    1. Thank you so much, Kirstin. I loved the quote anyway but this week it just jumped out at me with the boys’ shenanigans. Thank you for stopping by to comment. KL ❤

    1. Thank you so much. It makes me chuckle every time I watch it. I love the boy’s comments at the start too.
      I feel sick!
      That’s because we ate loads of sweets!
      Hahaha, hilarious.KL ❤

  1. This is an adorable post. I’m coming back to view the video after my morning pickleball workout, KL. I think I figured out the reason the pingback doesn’t work. It has spaces in the link. If I copy right from your website, then the spaces are removed. I’ll just have to remember to copy the link right from your website.

      1. They certainly do, one of my favourite things to do is to chat to this little guy and hear his adventures. It’s a shame to grow up, maybe Peter Pan had it right all along. KL ❤️

      2. He did indeed. Have we really grown up? I have reached the second childhood phase with pride of ownership! LOL

  2. KL, this is so hilarious. Hearing them with their English accents and their grown-up vocabulary when they are scared makes the video even more adorable. Well done.

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