There are 24 winter memory stories so far from that challenge and I want everyone to have the chance to read those and they are listed there on the challenge hub. A new one just was published on memories in New Zealand by Elsie and they are all very great reading especially this time of year but I wanted those who don't know and want to add their winter memories that time has not run out and in fact you have all winter! We would all love to hear your memories!!
http://jackielynnley.hubpages.com/hub/J … r-Memories
This is a great challenge and fun, I recommend it to anyone who has time to take part.
Thanks John and if they haven't yet I hope they will swing by and read yours. One of the best! http://jodah.hubpages.com/hub/Winters-o … -Challenge
It is a great challenge and is for everyone - we all have memories of winter months and events. It is interesting to read these memories and fun to share our own.
It really is Phyllis; I could write another easily (but I won't) but it is so much fun and such a great feeling...can't find the word I am looking for but anytime I write about memories it is such a cleansing feeling. I think it is great medicine for anyone!
Jackie, I have so enjoyed reading all the winter memories hubs. Thank you so much for opening this opportunity for everyone. I love writing about memories from my childhood and your challenge was timely, for I was ready to write another one. I really like the way a challenge like this draws our HP community together to share.
I loved yours too Phyllis and in fact have been reading some of the Little House stories the last few nights that have the Fox and Geese game in them! http://phyllisdoyle.hubpages.com/hub/Fo … -Challenge
Thanks, Jackie. OMGosh! I read the Little House books and do not recall the Fox and Geese game. I will have to check that out. I love that series.
I am working on another winter memory hub and hopefully will finish it in the next day or two, so you can add it to your memorable collection.
They were in stories others wrote about little house, have been reading those and looking at Laura's house and all that is left of her. Sad but she had a very long good life. I use to read Laura's books every winter but then gave them to my granddaughter who I doubt read them once. lol That's life. Was so hoping she would love Laura too. lol
LOVE this challenge idea, Jackie! Thanks for organizing this. You've received so many great submissions already.
Thanks Christy, I have! Hope you will think about it too. It is such a great feeling writing one of these as everyone who has written one agrees.
You know, I don't often write personal pieces, but if I have the time, I just might. It's always good to branch out.
Please do; it is so interesting to see the differences in the memories! As people are. I will add my original link that started the challenge since many think it is the other which is not really a story or winter memories.
JackieLindley - here's another winter memories one I wrote, about snowboarding on Mauna Kea:
http://sayyestolife.hubpages.com/hub/Sn … -Mauna-Kea
I regard it as a great opportunity to open up yourselves by getting inspiration from other fellow hubbers. It gave me the inspiration and courage to try myself and use the occasion to speak out myself. And, the result, I am so happy. All because of you friends.
Jackie, I enjoyed writing a Hub in response to your challenge. It was so nice reliving beautiful memories. Thanks for the "nudge" for me to write my Winter memories.
So pleased you did Mary and you had a wonderful memory to share with us. Hope more will share while we have the big hump of winter ahead! Well to me February seems to be that hump but I realize many of our US states have winter right up til May! http://mary615.hubpages.com/hub/Memorie … -Challenge
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by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
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