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Favorite childhood memory?

  1. Lady_a7x profile image61
    Lady_a7xposted 7 years ago

    Favorite childhood memory?

    As a child I never got to do a lot of travelling or anything like that, but my favorite memory was when my dad would take us out on a drive every weekend, out on the back roads, just spend a few hours out of the afternoon, listening to music, talking and driving. It was nice spending so much time together as a family.

  2. Cordelia Bay profile image60
    Cordelia Bayposted 7 years ago

    My pets, they too love unconditionally. It doesn't matter if you push them away they come right back after in their effort to prove their love and loyality. They will defend if you need defending and will kiss you when you least expect. They will lay with you when you are sick or hurt, and play with you without complaining that they have too. They are the best.

  3. mandyf profile image68
    mandyfposted 7 years ago

    my mother was bathing and I waiting patiently at the closed bathroom door for her to get out. a song came on the radio we were listening to it was I wanna hold your hand by the monkeys and she came out of the bathroom wrappe in her robe singing and dancing she grabbed my little hand and we danced till the song was over. It was the one time in my childhood I felt I was the only one who could ever hold her attention and love still makes me giggle and giddy when i think about it.

  4. MCAT4 profile image58
    MCAT4posted 7 years ago

    I was passed around like a parcel for the first 5 years of my life until finally I landed in the care of my "Mama" (grandmother) who I stayed with for a good two years until mother dearest came along and swooped me back to the homestead.  Throughout that time however, I persistantly urged my parents to return me back to Mama at least once or twice a month on weekends right up until her death when I was 11years.  She was just special in every way possible and to this day she remains in my heart so boldly that I can easily shed a tear for her in an instant.  I can honestly say that Mama is the only one person in my entire life thus far that I have loved wholeheartedly at every single moment that we have shared together, back then and even now! Whats more important is that the love I gave her was reciprocated in magnitude.  I felt it all the time.  This to me, is where "true love" lies and remains to this day.

 
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