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My Favorite Childhood Memory is.....

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  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited November 2015
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    Jumping in puddles.


  • cubbie2015
    cubbie2015 Member Posts: 773
    edited November 2015
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    Playing with my cousin's pool table. Never did get the hang of it, but I loved that thing.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited November 2015
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    Getting to do the wishbone after Thanksgiving

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited November 2015
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    Foots, I have such wonderful wish bone memories!! My mom saved the wishbone from every turkey or chicken she would cook. That was something we always did together!! Thanks for reminding me of that great memory. :)

  • SweetThing
    SweetThing Member Posts: 7
    edited November 2015
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    Going to the drive-in movies at night. We would climb into our station wagon wearing our pajamas.

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited November 2015
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    Us too SweetThing!

  • cubbie2015
    cubbie2015 Member Posts: 773
    edited November 2015
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    Building sandcastles at the beach.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited December 2015
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    Collecting pop bottles to buy something we need or want.

  • cubbie2015
    cubbie2015 Member Posts: 773
    edited December 2015
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    One year when I was a kid, for some reason there was a bumper crop of milkweed fluff. I don't know why, and have never figured it out. Anyway, the air was full of the stuff, blowing all over. I remember sitting on the balcony with my Dad on a beautiful afternoon, and we would try to catch a piece of fluff as it flew by. I don't think we ever quite succeeded, although we tried hard.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited December 2015
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    Waiting to see if we could see how the Christmas gifts got here

    we would never make it, fell asleep

  • m0mmyof3
    m0mmyof3 Member Posts: 9,529
    edited January 2016
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    Getting early dismissal from school because the snow was coming down hard and heavy!

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
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    Walking around collecting pop bottles, so we could buy some things

    we needed for school

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited February 2016
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    Seeing the teacher smile, as I gave her my homemade valentine,

  • hbcheryl
    hbcheryl Member Posts: 4,164
    edited February 2016
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    learning to roller skate

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited February 2016
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    Learning to ride a skateboard.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited February 2016
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    Watching the fireflies as my brothers try to catch them

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited February 2016
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    Jumping in puddles.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited March 2016
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    Going to pick up my father at the Airforce base after serving in

    Viet Nam

  • m0mmyof3
    m0mmyof3 Member Posts: 9,529
    edited March 2016
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    Trick or treating or "The Great Candy Pillage" with my older sister. We'd take pillowcases for our candy and always had to make two trips out of that one night because if we didn't the pillowcases probably would have ripped

  • cubbie2015
    cubbie2015 Member Posts: 773
    edited March 2016
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    When my family went on vacations, we used to keep an eye out for any old steam locomotives on display in parks and other places. I was interested in them because there was one in the park in Winnipeg, and Dad used to hunt them out for me to see more of them.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited March 2016
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    Not stepping on cracks in the cement

    You would break Your mother back was the saying

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited March 2016
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    hahaha Foots. I did that too.

    Watching the waves in the ocean with all of their force.

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited April 2016
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    Playing freeze tag and Mother may I

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited May 2016
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    My mother's cool hand on my forehead when I was sick.

  • shorfi
    shorfi Member Posts: 437
    edited May 2016
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    Going to the drive-in movies with our parents. We always wore our pajamas and we would fight in the back seat if either one of us touched the other...I know stupid. Also, going to the library with my mother was always a treat, along with having picnics in the park when my dad would come home from work. Such good times!!

  • SlowDeepBreaths
    SlowDeepBreaths Member Posts: 6,702
    edited May 2016
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    Jumping up and down on my pogo stick. I loved that thing!

    Lovely to see you here Cubbie, Shorfi, and M0mmy!!


  • m0mmyof3
    m0mmyof3 Member Posts: 9,529
    edited May 2016
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    Playing "slug bug" with my older sister on long car trips


  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited June 2016
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    Having a snowcone and it cost 5 cents I save my pennys


  • cubbie2015
    cubbie2015 Member Posts: 773
    edited June 2016
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    Oh, snow cones! I remember making them at the fourth of July with the old fashioned crank machine.

    You could get a gumball for a penny at the post office. They were the stalest gumballs ever - somebody must have had a stash of ancient ones they were trying to sell off. But hey, they were only a penny!

  • footprintsangel
    footprintsangel Member Posts: 35,657
    edited June 2016
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    Who about the Betty Crocker Oven for Kids

    and her cook book I still have