What makes a person cry? I am sure that it is quite different for each person. Some cry from pain, some cry from bad news, some cry from good news, some cry from a loss, some cry from a gain, some cry at the drop of a hat, and some never cry at all. We are all different and I believe we all change through the years. This is a deep subject and I don’t want to get into it over my head, so I will not try to give you all the reasons people cry.
It just dawned on me that I have more a tendency to tear up at sad movies, TV shows, etc. than I used to. I hardly ever cried when I was young boy, but the older I got the more I cried, like when a teenager and the ups and downs of a love life. Of course maybe that is because my memory is not as good as it should be. Or maybe it was that when a boy is young, he wants to show how grown up he is. Strange isn’t it, now I am an old man and I tear up more than I did when I was a boy; not from pain but from emotions I guess. I don’t want you to get the wrong idea, I ain’t one to cry over spilt milk or such, and I don’t cry like a baby or anything, but my eyes do tear up at sad movies. It seems that sad fiction seems to affect me more than real life.
What, if anything, makes you cry?
OK, off to the flea market. It is a beautiful cool morning here for a change, but will warm up real fast. At least it will stay under 100 but will get to the mid 90’s. You all have great day now, you hear?