“Go explore and enjoy life in your teenage years!” They said, so I agreed and went outside.
It was a beautiful day and I wanted to learn how to ride a horse but the riding lessons were far too expensive so I walked on.
The ice rink came up and the coolness invited me in but each session was £10 an hour and I was barely on minimum wage so on I walked.
The theatre called out to me, asking if I wanted to see the latest adaptation of a classic but the tickets were going like hot cakes, so prices were high and on I walked.
The theme park’s crazy rollercoasters yelled out promised excitement but those turnstiles had a heavy price and my wallet was far too light, on I walked.
Travel the world while you can! A billboard blared out and I excitedly ran home to check the website. After a few hours of waiting for the internet to load, I laughed at the prices and went back outside.
Another billboard shouted go on a road trip and have the time of your life but I couldn’t drive so on I walked.
I passed by a driving school and I bounded up the stairs but forgot to push open the door when I caught sight of the price list.
I walked home and thought perhaps I need to blog about this but first I had to change my theme as it was not so engaging. I found a perfect one but when I went to click save, the button said Purchase instead.
Teenage years, much to explore but not much is explorable.
A Worried Student