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Tag: childhood

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A Sixty Second Dilemma
Posted On 02/09/2022 14:46:07 by texasjane
The quickest way to make my mind go blank is to tell me I have sixty seconds to do something, or say something, or answer a question.  It makes no difference how well prepared I am.  Ask me to do something and I will do it in record time.  Ask me to repeat something or tell you what I just read and I will do it without missing a single word and I will do it almost instantly.  Quiz me about something I have studied and I can quote authorities on the subject without blinking an... Read More

My Throwback Thursday story...
Posted On 11/13/2019 23:09:06 by yourchoice
This may be a crazy idea but I decided to have a ‘Throwback Thursday’, also known as a TBT! My ‘throwback’ is what I remember of the first home that I lived in. Here is my story! My parents lived in a converted granary (a building that normally was used to store grain) on my grandparent’s farm when I was born. Understandably, I don’t remember it, but I do have photos of my parents standing at the doorway and holding me. There was no electricity, no running water… no nothing except... Read More

K - Kites - Kazoos
Posted On 12/05/2017 00:51:07 by chillipepper
K – Kites -  Kazoo I have been thinking about some of the things that we did as kids growing up on the farm to amuse ourselves.  Things that were inexpensive or home- made.  Making Kites was something that the boys especially were good at and they were serious about these.  My eldest brother and a cousin who lived on another farm about two miles from us would spend hours designing and making these Kites. They were mostly made out of the Bamboo canes as the frames (this was... Read More

A - Always Acme, My Hometown
Posted On 08/06/2015 23:22:35 by yourchoice
After being invited to join the challenge to write blogs through the alphabet, here I am. It has been a very busy summer for me, and I have a bit of catching up to do, so bear with me as I crank up my brain to meet this challenge. After all, many already know that I love to use words (lots of them) to communicate with friends (old and new) on this wonderful social network site.For the first eight years of my life, my family lived on a farm in the middle of nowhere. Our mailing address was listed... Read More

The Old Brick House part one
Posted On 06/19/2014 02:58:39 by oppsgal
The old brick house. When I was growing up a part of my childhood was spent living in a big old house on the corner of East Smiley Avenue and Third Street.  My mother rented the bottom half of the old Victorian brick home.  We had 2 bedrooms a living room dinning room and small kitchen.  Four porches, two side yards a back yard and front yard.  I shared the bedroom with my brother, and my sister.  Brother's bed was on one wall a single bed with an old iron be... Read More

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