To All Of The Kids Who Survived the .....

by BrendaCloutier 33 Replies latest jw friends

  • katiekitten

    We rode bikes without helmets on,

    we never wore seatbelts,

    we never drank bleach or thought tablets were sweeties even though our parents kept all those things within reach under the sink,

    we played in playgrounds with concrete under the climbing frame, not that rubber stuff you get now

    We must have been the HARDEST kids alive!

  • Preston
    We drank water from the garden hose and NOT from a bottle.

    ... and we could get it, even if we were locked outside of our own house.

    - Preston

  • BrendaCloutier

    no problems copying this and passing it on... I received it as an email.

    Yes it does bring back some great memories.

    LOL Ignoring your parents when they did call you home! I'm guilty as charged. And got "whooped" for it... minor spanking for not being within earshot of my moms voice

    Building barbie houses out of cardboard boxes and funiture and bedding out of scraps.

    Riding bikes and chasing around the neighborhood shouting "Andale Andale Arriba Arriba!" from that messican mouse.

  • avishai
    Brings back a lot of memories... Like when I was 6 and my sister was 8, we had to walk clear across town to go to school, no school busses in those days, and were told that if it started raining, just go on someones porch and stay there until the rain stopped

    Shoot, i walked to school in Oregon. If i woulda done that, i woulda been on someone's porch for a week!!

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