You look at children playing in the playground and you can't help but be impressed by their innocence. You see junior high students play on the playground and you can't help but be impressed by their ability to handle puberty. You see teenagers play on the playground and you can't help but be impressed by their ability to handle the gradual approach of adulthood. No, they may not be able to play on the playground beyond the age of twenty-one. Adulthood will arrive sooner or later. It's unavoidable. It's impossible to prevent. Yeah, you can go on a road trip to hide all of the children. You can build a religion on such a task. But what happens when all the children turns twenty-one? The children becomes adults when the turn twenty-one. That's what happens. Then they can't go on road trips with you in your effort to be hidden because they can't be hidden anymore. There's no point in hiding twenty-one year old adults. Thankfully, there are children out there who have been children for the past fifty-five years. Oh what fun it is for time to stand still for the past fifty-five years. Only then will children remain children forever.
And as I'm lost in thought about life beyond the playground, here are some photos of Lindsay Lohan.