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The books I remember from childhood

Friday, May 28th, 2010

childhood memories

There are lots of things from childhood I’ll never forget…

Sandboxes. Every child should be able to play in one for great lengths of time, even if it means sandy clothing later. It lets you be so creative – making fake pies, building caverns, finding potential in everything… My Dad build mine, but my friend had one of those turtle sandboxes.

Dollhouses. No matter what kind of dollhouse I was presented with, I was eager to explore it. I made clothing for the dolls, and was fascinated by dollhouse furniture. No surprise I grew up loving fashion and interior design.

Ice Cream Trucks. It was the only appointment on the daily planner for me at that young age.

Slushie Machines. More specifically the Snoopy Sno-Cone machine.

Fireflies. Cliche as it seems, these seem magical when you are a child. Probably because I thought these were fairies.

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