It's been said that all you really need to know is what you learned in kindergarten. I've discovered that this isn't true. Six-year-olds don't understand very much about life or even themselves, much less the way things will be in the future. Here's a taste.
It may be years or even decades after your graduation from kindergarten, but eventually...
1. You won't even wonder whether that small object will fit up your nose.
2. You'll appreciate some bitterness in your drinks in the morning and evening, in your sauces, and in your friends.
3. You'll enjoy bouncing on the bed for a different reason.
4. Chasing after your playground love interest to plant a kiss will never lose its excitement, but the court hearings and restraining orders will take up more of your time.
5. Someone really will be the boss of you.
6. (for girls) You may still cry if you wear uncomfortable shoes, but you'll be wearing them by choice.
7. (for boys) You may still play soldier, but men and women actually in uniform will think it's creepy rather than cute.
8. Reading books without pictures of farm animals will be fun.
9. You may hear remarks from relatives about how much you've grown, but these will not be complimentary.
10. You'll realize that those people your parents didn't trust because they were different from you really aren't very much different from you.