Friday, March 21, 2014

Remembering the lollypops

Oh boy! How well do I remember them and they are one of my favorite kid memories. I used to love to just look at them neatly displayed on our counter without touching them. I used to love to look at the colors, and of course! Yellow was always my favorite, followed by purple then red. As a matter of fact, I loved all of the colors and various shapes.

I think that my mom knew how much I used to love to look at them and she never fretted whenever I would sneak over to have a look. Of course, I also loved to eat them, crunching and just enjoying the delicious flavors.

Now that I can no longer see my favorite lollypops, I use my imagination and memory to help me out. I can still conjure up these memories with little or no effort. Ah yes, those wonderful memories of lollypops. At birthday parties, at Christmas time, and on a Sunday afternoon when the family would be taking things easy.

Big ones! Small ones! Fat ones! Thinner ones! Brightly colored ones! All kinds of lollypops!

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