He looked older than me and he gave me some sage advice, or was that Pinterest? Anyhow, he was a chatty fella and I listened.
"Come out of your shell", he said "be well rounded * slow down * know when to stick your neck out * log time with friends * home is where your heart is * snap out of it." That last one sounds a bit harsh. I wouldn't tell anyone to 'snap out of it'. I would stay by their side until they were ready to do it on their own. What say you? You may have a different opinion and I would like to hear what it is. What is the best advice you have ever given to someone or someone has given you? Willing to share?
He kept on talking and I kept on listening.
Swim with the current * stay calm under pressure * be well traveled (even if it is virtually) * age gracefully * spend time at the beach * I know it is difficult sometimes, but try not to snap.
It's okay, and thanks Little Buddy, see you next time and Happy Turtle Day for the 23rd!