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childhood memories (today's children won’t have)

(I remember)

seasons arrived on time
we roamed without adult supervision
the future would only get brighter


An Evolution of Reading

I have always been a reader. Even before I was able to form the words on the page myself, I loved to read. Recently, my mum confirmed for me that my first ever book was a bath-time book. 645 more words


let the children play

“There is a little danger in these days of much educational effort that our children’s play should be crowded out, or, what is from our present point of view the same thing, should be prescribed for and arranged until there is no more freedom of choice about play than about work.  

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In My little town....

I remember standing beneath that warm summer sun, or perhaps it was spring, when the scent of over ripe strawberries filled the air and the drone of the cicadas were the music of the day. 615 more words


Take una Adulthood, I no do again.

When I was a child, I did not like Peter Pan. He wanted to stay a child forever, I did not. 1,144 more words


Review and Interview with Todd Coopee, author of Light Bulb Baking: A History of the Easy-Bake Oven

The Easy-Bake Oven somehow never made an appearance during my childhood. Sad but true. I have no idea how I missed out on experiencing this classic and iconic toy.  1,258 more words



Growing up, I was only sent to the principal’s office once. I don’t know the average, but it feels like a bragworthy fact.

I’ll admit, I spent a chunk of time in after school detention throughout high school. 1,016 more words