Posts Tagged ‘ childhood memories ’

Holidays Meet Humor – My PTSD : Post Traumatic Santa Disorder

December 23, 2016
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I am a Christmas-a-holic. I’m addicted to the Christmas season – decorations, music, food, gift-giving, and time spent with loved ones. I’m filled with joy when the holiday season arrives. Every Christmas is shaped from…

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The Nightmare Before Diabetes

October 27, 2016
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Decorating for Halloween and the celebration of “All Hallows Eve” has grown exponentially in the past few decades. Halloween has become the second biggest decorated holiday after Christmas. I love seeing people’s houses decked out…

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The weird things we remember from childhood

July 28, 2016
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Can you remember stuff from when you were three or four years old? I’m often amazed at some of the stuff that pops into my head from when I was a kid, or that I…

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Post-Traumatic Easy Bake Oven Disorder

December 17, 2015
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What’s your favorite horrible holiday childhood memory? One of my cherished unpleasant flashbacks arrive every year during Thanksgiving. First, a few facts:  I was born a few days after Thanksgiving Day in 1961.  At birth, I weighed…

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Cold, Colors, and Candy

October 22, 2015
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Unless you’re one of those people of questionable sanity who likes cold weather, October has little to offer Hoosiers except autumn colors and Halloween. But by Halloween the leaves have usually fallen and the days…

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A Catholic Kid’s Semi-Rotten Childhood

May 19, 2014
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A Catholic Kid’s Semi-Rotten Childhood

I was not a remarkable kid. Most of the other Fifth Grade girls were prettier than I was. I was an ugly duckling who didn’t turn into a swan (or at least a pigeon) until…

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