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Friday, 7 December 2012

EXPRESS YOURSELF

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The question this week - What's your most memorable holiday gift? (present)
 
I have left this post a little late this week, too many other things have gotten in the way!

                                         So, I am apologizing for my lateness!


The best ever present I have received for Christmas would have to be my push peddle car, when I was a little girl. It was a vibrant blue colour and so very modern! I had such a fun time driving down the road of my parents house, (we lived in a dead end), so it was possible to drive on the road without getting into too much trouble.  I was the envy of every kid in the neighbourhood!

12 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Did you charge the other kids for rides in your car?

C.M.Brown said...

Unfortunately, I was not that way inclined. I could have made a few quid!

Kittie Howard said...

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Morgan said...

I'm jealous! ;-)

Melissa Bradley said...

I bet all the little boys wanted to drive it. That sounds like a great gift. My fave was Barbie Penthouse, my doll threw the best parties LOL

Gwen Gardner said...

Oh those push peddle cars were so cool. I didn't have one, but I did get to play on one sometimes. My favorite was a roller skating doll - battery operated. I don't remember her name:)

Dani said...

I would have paid to take it for a spin!

Angela Brown said...

You must have had tons of fun riding and riding and riding some more :-)

michelle said...

There's always a special memory attached to at least one childhood toy...

Christine Rains said...

Very cool. My inner child is green with envy!

Catherine Stine said...

Sounds like an awesome ride. I had some kicka*s roller skates.

Jackie said...

What an awesome gift! That would've been a blast to have.

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