What are some of your best memories?

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I wonder if i remember anything so significant from my childhood but the thing as a whole brings some nice exciting feelings. To go outdoors for play and alfresco lunches were something too delightful. Other memorable experiences were school trips and long walks with my father on rainy days.

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Looking at my old dolls made me remembered some sweet and lovely moments i had during childhood where we played,laughed,sing, cried and fights. Now hardly have time for this.

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My best memories are when i went to the beach with my family to picnic.
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Watching Nigerian movies with my family while my mom made puff puff, chin chin, or meat pies.

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my greatest memory is seeing myself facing a crowd, cuz I use to be an introvert

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Childhood memories are always cherished, but I do have many fond memories as an adult. One of such is my trip to Vietnam, it's a place that I could retire and live there.

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Post by Erandi Ekanayake »

I have a great collection of wonderful memories, but they are not limited just to my childhood and there are a lot of memories that associate with my near past days as well.
So what I really believe is when you are ready to approach to your day to day life with an open mind, you still can enjoy your life as your childhood and the days will end up with new collection of amazing memories.

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Post by acopj »

One of the amazing times was when I went on a sea adventure with my momma. I somehow connected it with the story.

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