2. What was your life like when you were ten years old?
The year I turned 10 I went to spend the summer with my grandmother.In the summer, I would go to Baltimore and stay with my grandmother;we use to live in Baltimore when I was younger. I loved staying with my grandmother. My friends and I would stay out late and I loved going crabbing. I miss celebrating the Fourth of July in Baltimore. My uncle had a huge celebration at his house, and I think the entire neighborhood came!
My grandmother had a black and white television and I remember watching Armstrong walking on the moon with her. Life seemed so carefree.
3. What's something from your childhood you still enjoy today?
The first thing that came to mind was reading. I still enjoy reading novels today.
4. What state (that you haven't been to) do you most want to visit? Tell us why.
Vermont. I have always wanted to go to Vermont (hub and I had planned this trip before his cancer returned). I wanted to see the beautiful fall foliage and taste the mouth watering maple syrup.
5. Do you like to drive? Tell us how you learned to drive.
I don't like to drive much. I am more of a sight seer and you can't do that when you drive.
My daddy taught me to drive. On Sunday evenings, he would take me on all of these back roads, they were so curvy, and I would drive. I learned to drive changing gears and using a clutch. Gosh! I don't think they even make cars with a clutch anymore.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
After a rainy, dreary week last week, the sun is shining!!
Happy Fourth of July!! Celebrate our Freedom!!