Grab your chance to share your childhood memories

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TODAY my ‘littlegirlstory’ – my autobiography, my journal of the past and the present – is one month old.

TODAY I invite everyone who stumble upon this page to celebrate, to reflect and share a piece of your childhood memories with this little Borneo girl and every reader out there.

TODAY, let my page be a playground for all the children of yesterday.

PUBLICIZE YOUR BLOG HERE – Let’s get started now.

Share your precious memories with 'littlegirlstory'

β€œIt takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.”

― Erma Bombeck

16 thoughts on “Grab your chance to share your childhood memories

  1. One of my favourite childhood memories is watching some very elegant older French women butter their bread during lunch at the Sheraton in Paris. This was in 1978 and I was fascinated by how daintily they performed this mundane activity. They tore off a tiny piece of their bread roll, buttered it and ate it before buttering the next piece. That was my first overseas trip out of Sri Lanka and I remember it to this day and probably contributed to my love of French Food.

  2. I remember my dad carrying me in his arms and singing me a lullaby, all while rocking me… I was about 3 years old. I was really unwell, had asthma and they put me on some weird medicines. I felt so comforted by this. One of the very few fond memories of my father being my dad. I still remind myself of the comfort and it clams my anxiety down. πŸ™‚ Thanks for letting me share my little story!

  3. childhood memories ….some bitter , some sweet. for me the bitter ones overshadowed the sweet ones and sometimes just thinking and going back into the past, haunts me that i wish at times i was never born.

    • Dear Theresa, Today you voiced out that your bitter memories overshadowed the sweet ones but we can only move on and will not allow the bitter memories to haunt you. New and sweet memories will now fill your life and will overtake the bitter ones in no time. Your birth has brought blessings to friends and loved ones around you, near and far. SMILE πŸ™‚

    • Hi Scottishmomus, Been to yr blog. Yes do agreed that school days memories although precious and greatly treasured can be mixed too. The greatest thing I found is that memories from young were mostly sweet and innocent. Thank you for sharing.

  4. What a cutie pie you were Jess πŸ™‚ My childhood story is long and complicated but one memory I will share. When we came to Canada I spoke 2 languages (but not English). I met a neighbour girl and spoke to her in my language – and she understood. She was Russian and we became good friends. As an adult, I don’t have that self confidence anymore – I wish I did. Maybe I will find it again. Bless you, dear friend. Love, Vera

    • Hi Vera, Thank you for sharing. You will get your self confidence again and be even stronger. Confidence can only grow stronger with age and after going through life, one can only get stronger and tougher if not older (or more nicely put, mature with grace). God bless you my sweet friend. I thank my “addiction” that I got to meet you here. πŸ™‚

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