I guess I'm going to have to say that my favorite memory is in my young fatherhood when I took my three kids many a time for walks on the wild prairies of Wyoming.
Probablly when I went out to the woods with my dad... we found all sorts of rushing creeks and great hideouts!! im country strong
Going fishing with my Dad. He only took me once when I was about 6. We were staying on my Mom's parents house in Gaspe, like we did every summer. I asked him if we could go fishing, just him and I. I wanted to be with him so bad, but he always seemed to be busy doing something else. Anyway he took me fishing and we (he) caught a few brook trout and my Mom cleaned and cooked them for lunch. That was my Best Day with my Dad.
I'm 50 now and my Dad passed away about three years ago. I have often tried over the last three years to remember some "Good Times" with my Dad and that is the only one I can remember. I guess that says it all...
My favourite memory is growing up on our property. We had fruit and every year we had people come and pick the fruit. That is how I met my husband.
Exploring sex with my first wife, an adventure into intimacy
My favorite memory is that flying (pilot) the light aircraft for the first time. I really enjoyed the feeling than can't be described with words. My sharing on piloting can be found here http://fxfrog.hubpages.com/hub/Route-to … ot-License
I had just been three days home from my four years in the Mission School. In the house of my childhood best friend was the birthday party I attended. I was technically a "nun" for them. Then the "prince charming" was introduced to me. I cannot bear my feelings, I practically felt sick and went home. That night I was kneeling before my God saying "Lord, if you can't change this feeling then bring him back to me."
When I was a very little girl, in the hospital for surgery, my brother gave me earrings and a necklace. They made my five year old self feel very loved and grown up
Christmastime is the best time of year to visit Rockefeller Center. I never forgot the sense of wonderment I felt as a child no matter how many times I visit. read more
Thanks for the great question that inspired me to make a Hub about it.
by Joelle Burnette 9 years ago
My dad always has some pithy comment to sum up a situation. One of his favorites is, "Rich or poor, it's nice to have money."What are some of your family favorites?
by Jim Hunter 8 years ago
Thats ridiculous, if you can't find a job in your area in three years then move to where the jobs are. Unemployment is beginning to be a career for some people.
by Kieron Walker 4 years ago
What is your favorite memory of your grandparents?
by L a d y f a c e 7 years ago
It could be a holiday, vacation, birthday party, random family event, something that used to happen on a regular basis, anything at all.
by Jimbo'daNimbo 6 years ago
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government … r-in-yearsWe are becoming a faded version of what we used to be. This administration isn't and won't be helping.
by iamalegend 8 years ago
Today i found a hubber who is a member of hubpages for three years.But no followers yet.So i followed him.What you think?His hubname is "infoguidze"
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