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Childhood Memories Worth Their Weight in Gold

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Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush

“Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush” Now Available on Kindle and Kindle Prime.

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Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Mason Bricklin Rides the Crush
Humorous Childhood Memories Book – Reviewers State:
 “Mark Brown (J-me) has the uncanny talent to tell a story in a way that brings us back to a more innocent time, a time of friends, family, and laughter. His style is a cross between Garrison Keillor and Samuel Clemens.”
      Richard L. Baron, Author/Deadly Visions      President, Baron Graphics Ltd.       President Board of Directors, Treasure Coast Children’s Museum       Executive Producer, Boomers the Musical
Humorous Childhood Memories Book – You’ll Get a […]

Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom

Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom
Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom: Asking for Help
I remember when I was five years old my mother asked me if I wanted to help make a garden. I was delighted that my mother wanted my help. I quickly answered yes.
Childhood Memories – Gardening with Mom: Simple Tasks
We went to the back yard. My mother told me to stand in one spot and hold the end our water hose. She then […]

Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies

Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies
Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies: The Big Screen
One of the great adventures of my childhood was going to the drive-in movies. Many nights the Drive-In Owner sponsored family night. They charged a flat rate of three dollars per carload. A family of fourteen could afford to have a family outing at those prices.
Childhood Memories – What Happened to Drive-In Movies: Eight for a Buck
Another great childhood memory  I experienced was going to a little take-out hamburger joint and getting “eight for a buck.”
“Eight for a buck” was eight hamburgers for […]

Childhood Memories – Give Your Children a Written Inheritance

Childhood Memories – Give Your Children a Written Inheritance
Childhood Memories – Give Your Children a Written Inheritance: People Looking
Now, more than ever, people are checking their ancestry lines. What are they looking to find? I believe most are looking for a sense of belonging. People want to know they belong, and many young people will search in the worst places to find that sense of belonging if we as parents don’t provide that sense of belonging.
Childhood Memories – Give Your Children a Written Inheritance: Written History
Many parents and even young people would serve their families well […]

Love Matters – Your First Crush

Love Matters – Your First Crush
Love Matters – Your First Crush: Simpler Times
How many of you remember your first love? I’m not talking about a high school sweetheart. I’m talking about the first person you had a “crush on.” The girl in sixth grade that made you blush every time you walked past her in the hall.
Times were simpler when I was growing up. We didn’t have television shows parading girls around half naked back then. It was a time when a smile from a girl made your entire day. We were taught to cherish girls. They were graceful, they […]

Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment

Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment
Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment: Ahead of My Time
In the fifties and sixties people weren’t aware of environmental issues like they are today. As a kid I must have been ahead of my time. I was helping our environment and didn’t know it. Actually, I was just trying to make a little spending change, but my money making projects were environment friendly.
Childhood Memories – Making Money and Preserving the Environment: Glass Pop Bottles
The first project was collecting pop-bottles. When I started collecting bottles the […]

My Mom the Great Educator – I Appreciate Her

My Mom the Great Educator – I Appreciate Her
My Mom the Great Educator – I Appreciate Her: Teaching Preschool
I remember my mom reading to me when I was a small child. I watched as she showed me words she read. “Can you say that?” she asked. My mom made reading an adventure.
My Mom the Great Educator – I Appreciate Her: Teaching Kindergarten
“A is for Apple,” Mom said many times. I listened intently then pointed at the letter and repeated the rhyme. Time and again my mom listened to me as I sounded out letters and simple words. By the […]

Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom

– Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom-
Fond Memories – Washing Clothes with My Mom: Occur at Unexpected  Times
I was raised in a family of fourteen people in a home with only one bathroom.  Needless to say, scheduling bath time in my home was more than a simple task.  When I was seven years old I learned the only way to get sufficient bath time was to wake before my siblings.  My mother gave me an old wind-up clock so I could wake-up early.
The first morning I used the alarm I woke at five-thirty, traipsed downstairs as quietly as […]