The other day after school, my nephew and four of his second-grader classmates dropped by at the house to play some of the toys we’ve accumulated throughout the years. They laughed and made happy noises upstairs as they played with toy robots, cars, green soldiers, Picachu, etc. Most of these were complementary toys from Jollibee and McDonald’s happy meals.
When these kids left, I checked on the room and found some broken toys on the floor. Oh well, no harm done… at least they have fun. I smiled as I remembered a line from the movie Toy Story: “Life’s only worth living if you’re being loved by a kid.” –Woody (Toy Story)