Friday, January 11, 2019

A favourite childhood memory: Pretending in the mirror

The mirror was the one in Mom's wardrobe and I can still remember those happy, innocent childhood days when she would let me stand in front of her mirror.  So many times when she would open her wardrobe and let me do my thing.

I could not see my own reflection so I would improvise and imagine.  I conjured up colours dancing in front of my eyes.  There were vivid colours: sunny yellow, bright orange, sky blue, grass green, pretty pink, and rose red.  Then I would have various combinations of them.

Next I would graduate to objects and then put colours to them and if Mom gave me enough time I would start to create stories. 

These were such wonderful and treasured times for me and ones that shall forever remain in my memory bank.

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