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Childhood Memories

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Childhood Memories

Childhood memories

I would define childhood as a never-ending vacation. A weekend without a week following and playtime everlasting.

I still remember the red-letter days of my childhood. My first date. My first kiss. The things done to evade a hiding and avoid all serious conversations with parents. I still remember the laxness of the holidays and the parrotry when near my childhood hero.

When playing outside I was always the one hiding, not the one searching. My best friend and I were always the experienced hiders. We had the best hiding places and spent our free time perfecting our tree houses and other bunkers built. My friends and I were the neighborhood and could play hide and seek and Cops & Robbers for hours on end.

Some of the great memories in my childhood were sculpted during my time at pre-school. I went to a pre-school

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