What's the most unforgettable thing in your childhood? Can you still remember?

China
May 8, 2008 9:17pm CST
For me my childhood is not very far, I can remember what's my childhood like. The most unforgettable memory is the time with my grandparents. That time I lived with them for a long period, every night, they would tell me stories. Actually, my grandmother is not good at telling stories, she always told me the same stories, but I still liked hearing them and they helped me sleeping well. That's fun. For my grandfather, he's a good story teller, he can tell wonderful stories which attracted me a lot. Also, my grandfather is good at planting vegetables and fruits, I liked following him to the fields and playing in the fields. What's your childhood like, can you share the most unforgetttable thing with me?
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@chiyosan (30213)
• Philippines
9 May 08
most unforgettable for me is when my father talked to me and my brothers in our living room one day after school. he said he is leaving us and he was asked by my mom to choose between us (his family) and his other woman and he chose her.
• China
10 May 08
Yes, that memory is so painful and so unforgettable.
@aiyreen (286)
• Philippines
9 May 08
22 years ago, i went with my mother and grandparents in Luneta Park and had picnic there... i missed those times i had with my grandparents... i missed them so much...
@lonewolfnan (4367)
• Canada
9 May 08
The most unforgettable thing in my childhood was a very unpleasant one.I remember it so vividly I can tell you what we had for dinner as it happened.It was the first violence between my parents that I had ever witnessed and I know it affected my actions throughout my life.I guess the negative memories outnumber the positive ones.