The Tuesday Train and a new perspective

The old saying “you can never go home again” is true. No matter how hard you want to go home, it isn’t going to happen. I spent ten days with my mom, hanging out, visiting, seeing the sights and eating my favorite childhood meals.

I’m not saying that I didn’t have fun, I did. But what was brought home to me was that my mom and I were equals. Both adults with adult children and the problems that go along with them. That is the true meaning to the phrase “you can never go home again”, the fact that one day you wake up and your parents are adults just like you.

Okay, let’s take a ride on the Tuesday Train! Just click on the link, post your name and visit with some wonderful bloggers!

And if you just love twitter, then join us on the Twitter Train! Same as the Tuesday Train, just click on the link and tweet with some great people.

Take care and have a great week!!

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About Shellie Sakai

Reading is a passion. Storytelling is an obsession. Writing is inevitable.
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One Response to The Tuesday Train and a new perspective

  1. Hi following you from the Hop and I agree it is hard to go home again. Not because I would not be welcomed with open atoms, its the husband and 2 children that makes it impossible to just be a kid again. Still when I do my mom still makes my favorite – peanut butter punch! Its the best.

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