Besides the recurring Toy Story theme of no toy is to be left behind, this time it also about the bittersweet of letting go, growing up and moving on, all the while leading us down memory lane, and what a jolly good ride for the generation who didn't grew up a with a PSP eternally attached to our fingers! What a hoot and nostalgia seeing Ken and Barbie! I mean, some of us made hem smooch before! Oh not me though, I never had a Ken :P
A friend of mine once asked,
" When does a childhood starts and when does it ends. "
few answers came out, some said we experience childhood twice, when we were a child and when we became parents. And some said, childhood lasts forever.
Childhood are some moments do they? Well for the less fortunate, might be a little daunting, with abusive parents and all that. But they are mistakes of life and can be made a lesson when we grow up.
Letting go, growing up and moving on. I would say without a doubt are the hard parts of life. I kinda hate this part right here, where I have to leave behind things that I care and move on. We are aging , all of us are. Might, soon to be bloated, silver hair or maybe bald with wrinkles carved and etched on our faces marks us as scars of our battles. We will face hardships worse or at ease and experience new.... experience of course. Soon what we see on film and tv becomes reality. We shall face the future with disdain, because we do not know what lies ahead and hope that our meets won't be the last. Sitting on a stool at those 'Kampong' houses, villages and what not reminiscing the plight of our days, telling tales and our hardships from the generation to generation.
And I couldn't imagine the future where our grandchildren may live. Should I say PSP eternally attached to our fingers?