Q of the Wk: What's your most treasured childhood memory?

Question of the Week This is a new segment for my blog and I ask you to help me out by adding your comments and posting them on your blog as well.  I have been doing a "Question of the Week" on my homeschool Yahoo group for a few years now.  It's been a fun way to discuss issues and share ideas as well as get to know each other better. How it Works: Each Monday I'll ask a thought provoking question about life.  Pose the same question to your blog readers on your own blog along with your answer to the question.  Then come back here and post a comment with a link to your blog post so we can all read everyone's answers!  Should be a lot of fun! This week's question: Memories are powerful things.  They can bring back warm feelings or trigger powerful negative emotions.  Usually memories of childhood are precious warm and familiar.  What's your most treasured childhood memory? JoJo's Answer: I have so many wonderfully fond memories of childhood when life was simpler and responsibility was for adults.  I remember waking up to smell of my mom's lox, eggs and onions for breakfast on the weekends.  I remember the trips to buy school supplies and long summer nights where we felt safe to stay out until long past dark.  I remember the excitement of moving to a new house when my dad got a new job promotion.  I can still remember how it felt to move into that  brand new model home on the hill in Virginia and how proud I was of my dad who had a huge corner skyscraper office in DC.  I remember how we got to watch the Bicentennial laser fireworks show from his balcony. What's your most treasured childhood memory? Post your answers on your blog and come back here and put your link in so we can read it!  If you don't have a blog, just post your answers here. From JoJo's Purple Crayon Learning Speech Communication Skills can ALSO be fun with Art of Eloquence!

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