Hello and welcome back to the blog. If you are new here thank you for stopping by! This week we have a lot of election and political talk. Yes, every vote and voice matters. Every person’s experience (no matter weather you are an American or not) matters. However I wanted to pull away from the elephant in the room and cover a different topic entirely.
I was poking through the internet figuring out what to do the post on and I ran into another set of blogging challenges and I am rolling this particular one all together. They all fit quite nicely. So I figured why mot, right?
From the post titled “Five Post to Write Right Now” it asks the following questions. As the questions are listed I will have an answer each of them.
1 The place where you felt happiest or safest.
I remember as a very young child that my older brother and I would go to a theme park that is local to the area by the name of “Kennywood” with our grandmother, Dorothy. We would ride the kid rides, watch all the shows, have ice-cream and pizza. By the end of the day we had our fill of soda and cotton candy. She spoiled us as much as she could on her limited income.
2 An antiquated item like a pay phone you had to dial, penny candy, or your Charlie’s Angels lunch box.
Growing up, I think up until I was about eight, I would always get a “My Little Pony” or a Barbie doll for my birthday, a random holiday, or just because my grandmother wanted to get me one. Again, she spoiled us rotten when we were little.
3 A food that reminds you of your youth.
I remember when I was school age when young when our parents would order pizza and we had left overs I would love to eat cold pizza in the morning before heading off fir the day. I preferred cheese or just peperoni and my preference hasn’t changed much for cold pizza for me.
4 What you thought you were going to be when you grew up.
When I was in middle school our teacher that handled our yearbooks also handled notes we would write ourselves in the 5th grade. We got it when we graduated eighth and went to the high school and we also got another copy when we graduated from twelfth. I still vividly remember the letter I wrote myself and what I wanted to be. I wanted to be writing for Rolling Stone magazine while being on air at a radio station. In some vary big ways I am glad I did not end up doing the magazine gig.
5 Your childhood fear.
When I was young, and it is still true to a large extent, I am afraid of heights. I was also scared of various creeks in the house we lived in.
I know the “questions” were a little off in the wording and was not posed as questions but I did adjust my answers to reflect what the original post and blogger had intended them to be. Her name is Robyn and she has several post over at “The Daily Post”. You can catch her work here.
With love from the adventure,
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