Things That Get Kids in
Trouble or Joy Early On
There are many ways to manage a blog, not unlike how anyone would treat their own houses. Some put out dazzling displays to catch the eye of net surfers: every week, a new garden-dwarf video has the potential to go viral. Many turn it into a living room, full of family pictures and tchotchkes above the fireplace. Yet others are more like backyards, where you find pics of a rusty BBQ grill or of a missing-wheel bicycle; old vases with cigarette butts, or shipwreck stories about broken men.
Here at Colltales, we’ve built a shack to shelter our readers. Anyone’s welcome to browse the shelves, go through the toolbox, inspect the old trunk full of mementos from another era. Such a place, folks, is where we’d hoped to find the connection to today’s theme: a quick look at three interesting kids, whose recent antics landed them on the news, and a bunch of boys, whose high-pitched singing voices seem to be dwindling faster than that of their predecessors.
Writing a blog feels often like a trek into a foreign country: you know some words of the language, and you’re prepared to camp anywhere, if necessary. But whatever you come across is what will ultimately define your trip, and the new memories you may gather about the new place and the people will depend on how capable you’ll be able to think on your feet.
If we’ve played this correctly, that’s exactly where you, dear reader, are at now: there’s a lot around you that you can’t quite decipher yet, and Continue reading