Thursday, July 10, 2014

Spinning around the floor


This was one of my favorite things to do when I was a kid. Sometimes my twin brother, Jeffrey, used to do it with me but for the most part I would do it alone and boy did I have fun.

I would stand off to the side in our large kitchen and from my spot I would proceed to spin around the floor. Vivid colors would go flashing by and the red and white tiles of our floor would whiz past my visual radar. I could feel the air whirring through my hair and I would say to myself, "Going! Going!"

I am not sure if anyone ever noticed me doing this because no one ever said anything to me. If they did then they never said anything because they probably felt that it was completely harmless, just another childish pastime of mine.

I can still remember doing it and the fun that I had. Once in a while I would tumble to the floor but as quick as I could I would pick myself up and keep on going. Ah yes, just another childhood memory for me to share!

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