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Friday, March 25, 2011

What Was The Most Memorable Experience You Had As A Child?





What was the most memorable experience you had as a child?

10 comments:

Mel Cole said...

Was when I was with my Lola (Mama's side0). She always buy me lots of of goodies, takes me to places and always tag me along wherever she goes. I love her more than my Mama.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Tocayo,
Oh my God, that should not be. No matter how good our grandma is, we should love our own mother more than her. Fondness is different from love. You may have experienced joy together when you were a child but your mother have done so many things for you ever since she carried you in her womb. You are a mother too and you would not want George or your incoming baby to love their grandma more than their mama. That would be too devastating for a mother. Just my point of view my friend. No malice intended. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

chubskulit said...

My very memorable experience I had as a child when I was around nine or ten years ol. Papa brought me to the ocean with our small paddling boat and he taught me how to fish. I saw in his eyes how proud he was when I caught my very first catch! Madami akong mapapait na alala with Papa but that one remined to be my number one na gusto kong alalahanin habang ako'y nabubuhay pa.. I miss him, wish I could turn back time!

Salamt Kuya for your unending comments.. Pati si Rye naaadik na kababasa ng comment mo sa blog nya. Sabi nya ang sipag mo daw magtype. Pinagbloghop ko kasi yun one time and kakapagod daw lol..

Amrita said...

Having fun with my cousins and going to their house for a sleep over

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Rose,
That is also one of my lifelong dreams- to be able to fish in deep sea waters. Oh I would love to go to Donsol to see the butanding and fish in the deep seas of Sorsogon. I understand how you miss your father. But at least that one shinning moment of your bonding together at the sea to catch fish is forever etched in your memory and you can relate that wonderful experience to your kids so that they will have a pleasant memory of their grandpa. It is natural for Rylie to get tired bloghopping. She's still a child and easily gets tired. Tell her hi and tell her to study harder. Someday she will be somebody that others will look up to. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Amrita,
You had simple experiences as a child which you cherished so much. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

Rossel said...

i love my childhood. i grew up in the province and I can say that it is far different from my daughter's childhood. i miss those days kahit walang gadgets.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Rossel,
I know what you mean. Iba talaga ang buhay nang bata sa probinsiya kaysa sa city. Maski nakatira kami sa Manila nuon ay halos araw araw akong nasa Meycauayan, Bulacan para dalawin ang father ko at makalaro ang mga pinsan ko. Aliw na aliw ako sa buhay probinsiya at sa maraming magagandang bagay na nakapagpapasaya sa isang batang katulad ko nuon. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Well, inside the house I don't have that much memorable sir mel kasi second from the eldest ako so left overs ika nga hehehe. tapos yung panganay a eh lalaki so ako taga gawa ng lahat ng gawain kaya siguro lumalaki akong nag iiscapo. I tend to escape all the problems, trials ant ano pa mn na mahirap hehehe, pero nahahanap ko naman ang lahat ng masasayang ala ala sa childhood ko sa mga friends ko. I even like staying at my friends house than staying in our house. In other words ako ay isang batang umiiskapo para lng makapag laro wahahaha

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Shy,
You really had an exciting and adventurous escapades during childhood. But times change and we must adapt with the changes in our lives. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.