When you finally figure out life, you don’t need to know it anymore. The test is over, and there is no re-take.

1. I know now how to stand confidently to give oral presentations, but I don’t have to take Speech class.

2. I know now how I should’ve handled myself on a date, but I am married.

3. I know now what I want to major in, but I’m finished with school.

4. I know now how to take care of a baby, but my kids are grown up.

5. I know now how I should’ve been more loving to my mother, but she is gone.

6. I know now how to do write reports for 7th grade social studies as I help Amy, but…

2 Responses to “Ironies in life”

  1. Michael Says:

    Doesn’t seem fair does it? You have to do things you are not are not ready for. When you know what you’re doing, you get dropped into new challenges!

    What can you do? Well the best thing, is not to let it all go to waste. We need to share your experience with those who need them. That’s what we try to do with our kids.

    Wish I had a mentor or parents who understood what I was going through growing up. Seems most of us had to tackle life, pretty-much on our own. C’est la vie.

  2. Joyful Says:

    Or if you had a mentor, you may not have ears to hear at that stage of your life. Looking back, my parents probably tried to tell me things, but as a teenager, I thought my parents were morons. That’s ironic too.

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