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Question 13

Personal History Question 13 is, “What did a typical day look like as a child?”

I realize that I have gotten rather long winded on my other posts and kept on about it well after childhood. I will try to limit the answers to childhood only.

A typical day for me was getting up and getting ready for school. I was not much of a breakfast person, so I would usually fight my mom on it. If she had gone on to make something for me, I would eat it though. Didn’t want her going through all that for me not to eat! I would go to school, then come home and do any homework. That was always the rule, homework first, then play. I could play until it was time to set the table. After dinner, it was my job to clear the table and, as a teen, to clean the dishes/kitchen. As a younger child, I would usually watch some tv with the parentals, before it was bath time. Then I would set out all stuff needed for the morning and head to bed. As an older child/teen, I was out with my friends til whenever curfew was. I would still set out my stuff for the morning, and I would read or listen to music til I fell asleep. I still was not into breakfast, and was usually handed some toast as I walked out the door, with a stern look from my mom. I always ate the toast 🙂

Weekends were spent playing and helping my mom clean the house or doing something with my dad. I still played with my friends, but I have lots of memories of doing stuff with my parents, and going to visit family and such. I had a really great childhood.

Hi. I am Jen. I lost myself for awhile. Here is where I talk about trying to find myself, trying to be better in all aspects of life. I am moody, unpredictable, opinionated, a realist (who really struggles with being a realist), loving, caring, kind, and mostly laid back. I love my family beyond measure. I try to treat others as I wish to be treated. I do not tolerate bigotry, racism, and or hatred.. you get nasty, you get blocked. I do not engage. Just be nice.. ;)

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