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Remember when life was so much simpler.... I loved to listen to stories of how my parents and grandparents grew up and what life was like in their times. I enjoyed this so much that I decided to tell the story of my childhood, a time when life was simpler and less pressured, when families were closer and spent more time together, when people were less materialistic, when k Remember when life was so much simpler.... I loved to listen to stories of how my parents and grandparents grew up and what life was like in their times. I enjoyed this so much that I decided to tell the story of my childhood, a time when life was simpler and less pressured, when families were closer and spent more time together, when people were less materialistic, when kids could play outside alone and families could leave their doors open without concern. A time when neighbors took care of each other's kids without being asked or being paid and sports stars and movie stars plied their trade for love of what they did, not how much they got paid and when a boy's life revolved around "egg creams and baseball teams." I know that we can only keep the past alive in our memories, our hearts and in our stories but as we share these stories not only with each other but also with the youth of today, we have the hope that sharing these stories with those who will have the power to shape the future will convince them to keep some of the more positive elements of the past alive in their own ways. So sit back, kick your feet up, treat yourself to a big glass of ice cold milk with a freshly baked black and white cookie, a creamy charlotte rouge or a gooey chocolate clair and allow your mind to wander back to those "good old days" as you read my story.


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Remember when life was so much simpler.... I loved to listen to stories of how my parents and grandparents grew up and what life was like in their times. I enjoyed this so much that I decided to tell the story of my childhood, a time when life was simpler and less pressured, when families were closer and spent more time together, when people were less materialistic, when k Remember when life was so much simpler.... I loved to listen to stories of how my parents and grandparents grew up and what life was like in their times. I enjoyed this so much that I decided to tell the story of my childhood, a time when life was simpler and less pressured, when families were closer and spent more time together, when people were less materialistic, when kids could play outside alone and families could leave their doors open without concern. A time when neighbors took care of each other's kids without being asked or being paid and sports stars and movie stars plied their trade for love of what they did, not how much they got paid and when a boy's life revolved around "egg creams and baseball teams." I know that we can only keep the past alive in our memories, our hearts and in our stories but as we share these stories not only with each other but also with the youth of today, we have the hope that sharing these stories with those who will have the power to shape the future will convince them to keep some of the more positive elements of the past alive in their own ways. So sit back, kick your feet up, treat yourself to a big glass of ice cold milk with a freshly baked black and white cookie, a creamy charlotte rouge or a gooey chocolate clair and allow your mind to wander back to those "good old days" as you read my story.

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