summer wednesday's nostalgia2:31 PM
Sometimes I really enjoy torturing my mind by trying hard to remember all the details from my childhood, which is already something I would like to come back, just to embrace all of it once more. Watching my 10 year old brother, I really can see major differences when it comes to growing up, improvement of technology, mostly other things today are used for having fun.
I was born in the middle 90's, and the earliest memories of that time is watching cartoons like Powerpuff girls, Johnny Bravo, CatDog, Hey Arnold, Oggy and the cockroaches and Dexter's laboratory in a language I didn't understand back then, but it was such a trill for me, just the same when I got my first discman.
In Winter time mostly, along with making trails for wodden snowmobile in front of my house and laughing hard when sliding down the two foot trail.
Back then, in my street was lots of kids my age, and we were like a big family, which makes me kind of sad since the oldest one in our kid gang just finished college, and the others just dissapeared. We were playing hide and seek and hiding for a long time all across our neighborhood.
On our street there was no traffic, and we spend hours playing with chalks, drawing our dream houses in the middle of the street, covered with dirt, pants stained with grass. We made romobile races, picnics where we played with stuffed dogs and baby dolls. And at the moment street light turned on, we knew it's late, so we said goodbye.
I enjoyed drawing, and my mum still keeps all the akward drawings I was drawing at the age 4 to 9.
Me and my two year younger sister were amazed when our father had given us Furby he bought in Austria.
2# Beige A-silouetthe dress with pink converse I wore sometime at the end of the 90's, when I got my diploma for learning in school of foregin languages, and I was chanting some stupid little song in front of everyone's parents - I like coffee, I like tea, I like boys and boys like me - which was kind of weird to hear from little kid's mouth I believe.
3# Birkenstock sandals were the ones I wore everyday, no matter what was going on, where I was going or what I was doing.
Fashion didn't play big role in my life back then at all. Most of it was pre-used, given from older ones. I remember wearing big shirts, checkered blouses I got from my male cousin, but also my mum really dressed me and my sister well. She was buying clothes, and I didn't complain, because I was just a kid.
I still remember more then few outfits I was wearing (Thanks to my mum's utter need to photograph every moment of her children, which now I'm thankful for)
Eventhough time to time I get depressed and just want to be little kid again, no worries, always with a smile on my face and friends nearby, I'm glad I have nice memories, and most amazing boyfriend by my side,
being loved and in love, embracing life I'm living to its finest.