PB & J, orange soda, Gameboy, summer reading lists, watching TGIF with my family...
The Lone Ranger
Rin Tin Tin
Mickey Mouse Club
Ed Sullivan Show
High School Football Poster Parties
Austrian Bread and Pastries
and on and on and on.....
# Rain Smell, rain dance
# Cakes and tea on the corner of streets
# Uncles (who always scare us)
# Street cricket
# Collection of coins
# Comic books
# My favourite school bag
And many many many more things ...
Thanks for reminding my childhood again by asking this question
The memory of childhood generally can not be recollected by everyone. But I do cherish some moments spent by me with my late mother like playing 'hide and seek' and making lot of noise when she failed to find me..
Baby birds, Daffodils,Morning dew,m&ms,frogs,turtles,the lake,little red bikes,swings,my crush Timmy, kissing Timmy in the tree,playing peek a boo with Timmy,corn fields .. etc etc.
Marigolds, sewing machines, bubble wands, Big League Chew, mink oil (for softball gloves), the song We're Not Gunna Take It by Twisted Sister, old Avon perfume bottles, and elephant ears
What a fun question. Made me smile thinking about all that stuff
Cheese on toast on Sunday afternoons.
Rosebeds (I used to take a thorn, lick it and stick it on my nose and pretend to be a unicorn).
Weeping willow trees (I used to make a den under them)
lime milk shake (whatever happened to this flavour?)
The music of ABBA
Singing "We're off to sunny, sunny Spain).
I thinking of just playing in the sun with a large bunch of kids. Playing soccer or swimming or just doing whatever
White sheet--they are all my mother would use...still love them
Lilacs, roses, especially yellow ones
walking into a library
sweet potato pie
watching children jumping rope or playing hop scotch
a good game of old maid, jacks
1. Watching Disney's cartoon series
2. Looking at small children going to school.
3. Watching my annual report cards
4. Looking at old photographs
5. Recollecting old memories with your siblings.
6. Going to places where you had been as a child.
On the side note, leaving a Care free life. Up till today, when adulthood strikes!
school bags, water bottles, tiff in boxes, toys, ice creams, Candis,# Street cricket,Collection of coins,Comic books, Stickers etc..........a lot r there. which one 2 leave out and which to mention?
Pianos. I had a little toy one and I loved playing on it, I wasn't going to be the next Ray Charles, but I didn't care, I just loved to play.
Laundry Hampers. I'd turn them over onto myself and pretended I was in a castle until my brother tipped it over, I understand now why he loves dragons so much.
Sonic the Hedgehog, all time favorite childhood cartoon hero.
Super Mario World
That's roughly my childhood lol, towards the end of the list is when I started to get older.
Cartoons like the swat kats and the mighty ducks, dancing, my birthday, christmas, the moon, halloween, my playstation 1 games, some of my playstation 2 games, certain songs, events like dances and festivals, some shades of purple (that's a weird one...), the color cerulean, some of my friends, etc..
Certain weather days, makes me think about what I would been doing years ago on this same day.
A homemade lemon pie with toasted coconut in the filling.
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