Memorable Automobiles from The Past:
I sat and stood in wreck cars and DROVE THEM. I won races, jumped rivers and slid around mountain roads. I had a wild imagination.
I sat and stood in wreck carsat my Uncle Oscar's junk yard
and DROVE THEM. I won races, jumped rivers and slid around mountain roads. I had a wild imagination.
For today: Before this entry I want to say I got a kick out of the comments. Hey TT, I had forgotten about the 'roaming' on the bag phone, that got me too. And Boro's comment about the food, interesting. And so far we have two Mars travelers:TT & Chatty's grandson (I am the iffy one!) Yeah, we should have a viable flying car by now..... YES on the Cancer cures MYRA !!!
I think this will be my last entry on Imagination, but it has been fun for me.
I noted yesterday that many of my toy cars were blocks of wood. Scraps from a building site. When I was driving them in the dirt under the house, they were Rolls Royces, Corvettes, firetrucks and t-models in my head.
Many girls have played with a stuffed sock and it was a beautiful baby doll.
How many mud pies were beautiful tasty cakes or a great dinner in the mind of a child as they cooked on an imaginary stove?
I wonder if people like Edison and Einstein were just grown kids who could let their mind run wild with dreams of the impossible.
Now I want to be nosey about your childhood. What are some of the things your imagination did as you played, rode your bike, flew kites, sat on a creek bank or walked thru the wood?
Can you remember when your mind was FERTILE? When thinking was NOT limited? Come on, think back to when your mind did not know how limited we are?
WHAT did you IMAGINE?