I really liked when I was five—four, five, and six. When I was younger, I was really really wondering what it would be like to be older. I still wonder about that.
[One day you’ll find out, so enjoy every day you have now.]
I’m really curious–are you kids looking forward to being older, or is now the best, most fun time? Do you have an age you want to be?]
Well, I don’t know. Now that we’re in junior high it’s kind of crazy because in three years, we’ll be learning how to drive. It’s kind of scary. I guess I look forward, but not a lot.
I think a time I would look forward to is when I graduate from college because right now, I kind of have a plan for if I could pick whatever I would do when I grow up. I know what I would do—I really want to be a writer, but I want to own my own book shop, and I want to have a writing studio in my book shop. I look forward to a time when I could figure out whether I could actually do that or not.
[What grade are you in now?]
[Sure you could! Sounds like a nice plan.