Feb. 25, 2016
by Chuck Thompson (author's profile)
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Childhood memories
(Nov. 30, 2014)

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I reflect upon what you wrote—it dawns on me that a lot of folks are less fortunate than us. I had reverently sought out adventure in my youth too.

One of my favorite things to do was explore trails when we were camping in the rocky mountains. I would go off on my own—get almost lost sometimes! it was so exciting—a thrill of sorts—to see if I could get turned around and find my way back. I have a great sense of direction to this day.

Being a loner is not a bad thing. :O) I too was one of those kids who could entertain himself. I would play by myself and didn't need to be kept entertained. Mom tells me that I would play for hours by myself with my active, creative imagination.

I laughed at your comment. Another time, other planet. :OP Please feel free to elaborate on this. Assume you believe in extraterrestrial life too?

I think of the holidays with my big extended family as the holidays arrive. It's such a good time of the year for family get-togethers. Still, to date, our big Catholic family gets together at Grandmother's for Christmas. We have a big turkey day meal, traditional pies, etc. The works.

Lots to thankful for as the years pass. Good memories, good times; and I wouldn't change it at all.

Nice talking to ya, Greenboy. Feel free to write me at:

C. Thompson #999306
3872 FM 350 South
Livingston, TX 77351

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