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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Nostalgia #30: Coloring Book

I grew up as a typical poor child. I never had a coloring book nor a doll. We use indigenous toys to play. We do have a fun childhood despite having less. The more I think about it, the more I realize how simple life was. Unlike today's kids, we are very much grateful of what little things we had, we were so happy to even have a bite of gum or a sip of cola which happens not very often. I always remember being able to play in the rain, running around and splashing the water till we shiver in the cold rain. Fun memories....

Anyway, Dave sent coloring books for the kids and we the "bigger kids" have fun with it too. We had such a great time having to color using coloring pens. At last we were able to use a sophisticated coloring book... ha ha ha

So engrossed with coloring ....
Proudly displaying what I did....


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6 comments:

chubskulit said...

Ganda ng dimple mo mamilu hehehe. parehas tayo, ang crayola nga na single nun eh kailang kong tipirin para next school year eh di na bibili si mama hahaha.

Lynn said...

that's nice! i love coloring from time to time too lalo na't nagco-color ang son ko.

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Hehehe its fun to be like kids sometimes. like you said wala ta ana noong alaw hehehe. lab ur dimple mamilu

Dhemz said...

fun memories indeed....:) miss nako imong long hair mami...eehehhehe!

agi ko dire kadali...karon lang me nakauli...sakit akong likod...nag steam man jud ko sa carpet didto sa apt...manual labor nga walay sweldo...lol!

anne said...

Young at heart as always be. I love the color you put in there

imriz said...

ur cute bedimpled smile atches that of ur happy drawings:)

i remember having a single rag doll and a small stuff dog as my "precious" toys as a child. when a fierce storm ravaged our town and our house then, those toys were soak in dirt...i cannot explain my loneliness...

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