A memory with a meaning
During my forty-year career as an educator, I took thousands of pictures of students participating in class, going on school trips, and helping with club events, but there is one photo, just an old black, and white that stands out for me because it was a special moment with several points that are important to me.
A Toy Trend Anyone Around In The 90s Will Remember
This is a nonfiction recollection of events as experienced by me; used with permission. When growing up in the 90s, I was really in love with collecting video games. I also thought cassette tapes and CDs were going to be big for the rest of my life. That wasn't the case but the process of collecting still provides me with many awesome memories. I was thinking about these things today, and then started to remember how much my mom got obsessed with collecting at one point.
The Internet Was Different Before Social Media
This is a nonfiction recollection of events as experienced by me; used with permission. There was a time when Facebook wasn't something everyone used. When people that were on the internet regularly were seen as outliers. It wasn't until social media that almost everyone I know of really got obsessed with what was going on in the online world.
Summer Melon Season - Seeds and All
Mouthwatering watermelon memories and my need for seeds. Joyful watermelon wedgePhoto by Caju Gomes on Unsplash. It's melon season again, and I'm excited! I can't wait to buy and bite into my first watermelon of the season. I searched for “summer” themed articles on Medium and was surprised by how many people recalled memories of spitting watermelon seeds in their sibling’s hair. Maybe it’s because I’m an only child or I was taught that spitting anything at anyone is gross and “very bad manners,” but I couldn’t relate to that experience…
Opinion Editorial: Making Family Game Night Unforgettable
Getting back to the basics with something as simple as playing a game with your loved ones could help heal a lot of our sadness. It could bring us closer to each other in a world that's trying to divide us. I look forward to hearing what each of you decide on for family game night. Let me know in the comments!
Talk is cheap when the story is good
The cheapest form of entertainment is talk, the quickest way to educate and spread information is by talking, making it malicious and with ill-intent and it is a rumor, hearsay, and can be damaging. However, it is also a means to reminisce about times past and rekindle memories accompanied by photographs and videos. Talking brings people closer, with feelings and facial expressions evident in sincere and face-to-face contact. That is in contrast to a text or online message- DM, text message, email- which has no tone, and the interpretation is bereft of validity. One can assume and that assumption sometimes leads to wrong conclusions.
Poem| My Lost Hometown
at a time when we both are lost. I finally remember your last hug. Let's hug once again to soothe sorrows. always called me back, haunting me to recall my origin. Swept up to your canals on the rustle of your voice in the wind?
Your happiest childhood memories have been revealed!
What are the memories of your childhood that you will always keep in your memory and in your heart? Check out these unforgettable moments. Each generation lives in a different way. Depending on the time in which you were born, you had wonderful experiences and perhaps other not so good ones that also mark and define you. The same will be said by the people of the generation after yours. Children are influenced by their experiences at school. Most of us remember the first day of school as a happy memory. This is a time when we are not burdened with worries, and there is nothing to hurt or worry about. But we can make our childhood memories even better by taking a few measures now. To achieve this, let us look at the most important days of our childhood. What will make your childhood memories truly unforgettable?
The importance of memory
I have a friend who said that his family went to Disney once a year for vacation. He said it didn’t matter if they could afford it or not any given year because they were going to go regardless. At first, I thought that was a bad idea if you didn’t have enough money to spend, but then I realized why the vacation was so important. He was making memories with his family, and their time together as a family would be experiences and stories that they would talk about the rest of their lives. Those memories would be priceless. I decided to read more about the role that memories play in our lives, and here is what I found.
Opinion: The Parenting Style of the 1970s Was Neglect
I worry that my kids don’t have as much freedom as I did as a child. We live in a small town. I go with them when they go sledding. I go with them to walk the dog. When I was growing up things were different. I’d leave in the morning and return at dusk. I would be alone all day long.
The Story of the Cat Who Played Fetch
It’s so charming when a cat fetches. Thanks for watching! Like and follow to see more! :)
Julie Takes a Journey Down Memory Lane as She Returns to the Childhood Home her Father Built!
When Julie was young, her father and mother bought a piece of land to start a new life together in Ontario, Canada. Julie’s father built a beautiful home with a large pond, and her mother made it beautiful by planting large flower beds that were the talk of the town. Her father also built Julie and her sibling their own tree house. These were all amazing memories that came to a tragic end with the divorce of her parents who then sold the place and moved to different locations. Join Julie on this emotional journey down memory lane! ► FOLLOW us on INSTAGRAM: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/thebuslifeshow">https://www.instagram.com/thebuslifeshow</a> ► FACEBOOK: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/goodnewsbus">https://www.facebook.com/goodnewsbus</a>