You asked and answered yer own question! You must be a pal of Ricky Retardo. Dumbass
Please read "Cider with Rosie". It starts with the memories of a tot growing up in rural Gloucestershire in England. A simple, beautiful narrative. Google "Laurie Lee".
I can remember being less than two years old riding in my "Taylor Tot" stroller with color beads across the tray. I would sometimes wake up with those beads embedded in my cheek. 😊
I remember playing in my backyard with my little sister following behind me in an overgrowth of "four leaf clovers." LOL! I remember a stranger dressed in paint splattered white overalls trying to give me a candy bar through the fence and our dog intervened and almost bit his hand. I remember Beau's dog house … Read more
3 years old for sure. Started a pre education program because they were right about me having a learning disability.. And playing with X-Men toys with the kid across the ally way.. I broke my leg when I turned 4 (fell out of a treat house)
My first memory is watching President Kennedy's funeral on tv. I was excited to see the white horses that was pulling the carriage carrying his casket, and everyone around was was incredibly sad. I didn't understand and felt like I did something wrong by being excited. When I told my grandmother about the memory when … Read more
At about 2 or 3 years old, I remember living in an apartment above a barbershop and going down the outside steps with my father to get a haircut.
I love tent camping and used to do that often with my husband and daughter. A motorhome would probably be more comfy at my age, but I think I would still prefer the tent.
I haven't been tent camping in 15 years or more. I now camp in my motorhome. With Florida heat, humidity, and bugs, I want a comfortable bed and a/c.
I quit work at 61. I could (and should) have quit ten years before. Before that I could not have afforded to.
Tents are so cool. Half way up a Scottish mountain with the sound of the rain hitting the flysheet - at 3 am. And you are warm and snug inside. To die for.
I had an unexplainable incident happen before. I was trying to get in the house but the door was stuck. I heard the door handle jiggling trying to open for me so I told my mom to pull really hard cuz the door was sticking lately. When she didn't respond I called out to her … Read more
To me, “paranormal” is just an impressive sounding term for something we don’t fully understand. It is more about the perception of the participant than about the occurrence in question.
What is normal? That which is readily accepted, or common.
Anything that falls outside this rather general definition can be slapped with the label, “para-normal”. … Read more
The most beautiful song even written or sung. The beautiful Annie Haslam delivers it.
I have some stories to tell, but like the Z, I prefer to consider them "unexplained", rather than paranormal. I also remember the phrase "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Not quite the same thing, but indicates the limits of our ability to explain things.