Adultitis likes to ease you into routines, which ultimately leads to ruts. Once you’re in a rut, Adultitis is happy and wants to keep you that way. And while Adultitis is happy, you — and the people around you — are not.
One of the best (and easiest) ways to stay childlike is to try new things. It keeps YOU fresh and ADULTITIS frustrated. It’s fun, it gives you new perspectives on things, and helps you to stay curious.
Totally fun. Everything is small. The lane, the pins, the bowling ball, everything except, well…your head. It’s a lot easier to bring home a high score so you end up feeling like you may have missed your calling as next year’s PBA rookie of the year. And before long, your overconfidence inspires you to mug for the camera.
Hey, it wouldn’t be Wisconsin without some cheese. And Adultitis really HATES this kind of cheese.
P.S. After bowling, we went over to Phil’s house to watch our friend Scott (the Nametag Guy) in his appearance on 20/20. Way cool. You can watch it here.
[tags]Phil Gerbyshak, mini bowling, Adultitis, cheese, ruts, childlike[/tags]