It's interesting as an adult to stumble onto things from childhood that shake one's memory.
I like to play connect the dots as an adult with those pieces of childhood and the pieces of adulthood. I love the fact that Shel Silverstein not only wrote Cash's famous song, "A Boy Named Sue" but he also won a Grammy for it. And he of course, also wrote the song "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout (Would Not Take The Garbage Out)."
But sometimes there are pieces of these childhood pieces that pop up in unlikely places, like on un-friend's generic networking site pages. Despite the negative connotation of that scenario, I cannot help but revel in Shel Silverstein's words:
Listen to Mustn'ts, child, listen to the Don'ts.
Listen to the Shouldn'ts, the Impossibles, the Won'ts.
Listen to the Never Haves, then listen close to me.
Anything can happen, child, Anything can be.
It seems that the world would be a happier place if more people read Shel Silverstein.