Encourage Your Kids To Join Sports
It was one lazy weekend afternoon that I decided to go in the park. While I was there, I saw a bunch of kids running around and chasing a butterfly. The kids seemed unaware and carefree and so happy. I envy the joy and the happiness these kids have.
This is because a lot of people, especially adults are caught up with so many things and because of this, we tend to forget how to laugh and some of us are even too busy achieving that promotion that we end up too tired to even manage a smile. Oh, kids. How I wish I could have that carefree and happy spirit again. How I wish I could live like a child again. I turned on the television set and I watched the evening news as soon as I got home. I was shocked to hear a teenager shooting guns at innocent people in a school campus. How can this happen? What circumstances made this teenager into a monster? What was his motive for killing people? A lot of questions flashed through my mind that I can hardly breathe.
Parks and Recreation Centers: Places of Opportunity
The park is a place of fun, relaxation, and lounging around. A lot of people can be seen strolling around the park, sitting on benches, and enjoying a picnic. Parks are usually clean and quiet, allowing one to feel at peace, commune with nature, and catch up on a good book. There are simply a lot of things one can do at parks and recreation centers.
Parks are traditionally associated with the color green—grass, trees, and plants in general. The grass is a great place to play with pets, lie down, and have picnics. In fact, many people bring their dogs to the park to interact with other dogs (and their owners), train their dogs, and play games with them. Sports such as football are also great games to play when one is with friends at the park.