Another pretty deep thought I had was last night when I was attempting to fall asleep. I remembered back when I was like 6-ish when I was at my friend's house and we were playing hide and seek throughout his house. Anyways, it just reminded me how pure we were a long time ago, as well chronicling how much we've grown up. I guess part of me doesn't want to give up that innocence that we all possessed back in the day, especially since I'm going to be going to college very soon.
So there was another part to this thought that I had. When we were in the theater and watching Avatar (great movie by the way, I highly recommend it), there was this preview for Toy Story 3. And in it, it was how this one kid had a blast with his toys when he was young. And I mean that they were the defining part of his life as a kid. However, now that he is going off to college, that meant that he has to give up what was an integral part of his life. In a way, that embodies what I'll have to do. My stuffed animal cat, Eeschwee, has been with me for 17, almost 18 years now, and I don't want to give him up. My fear is that when I'm off to wherever I get accepted to, something bad will happen to him. Should I take him to the dorm or should I leave him behind at home? I don't want to lose him, because he really was there for me my whole life.