Just some thoughts:
Have you ever wondered how young is too young to fall in love?
In her book Whose Sorry Now Connie Francis wrote of her feelings and affection at a young age for Bobby Darin.
“Even today I never dismiss a teenage romance as ‘just puppy love,’ because I remember Bobby and me and the depth of our feelings. When we’re young we feel all kinds of emotions more strongly that we ever will again. We’ve yet to become inured to pain and disappointment. We’re more fragile, uninitiated; and very often, we’re not taken seriously. If just one more grown-up had said to my parents ‘Don’t worry, she’ll get over it, ‘I would have had an apoplectic fit.”
There’s a line from a Nat King Cole song that says, “They tried to tell us we’re too young.”
Personally I have always felt trying to figure out love for someone else was an area one was best not to go.
October 15, 2017
Posted December 1, 2018