November Journaling Challenge: Day 15



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Welcome to the Day 15 of November Journaling Challenge. If you missed out on the earlier post, read the information about this challenge.


DAY 15 PROMPT – Childhood Memories

For today’s journaling entry, write about your BEST and your WORST childhood memory. 

Why are they the best and the worst? 

Who are the people in this memory?

Has hindsight changed your perspective of these memories?


For year-around journaling prompts, check out 365 Days of Journaling.



One Response to “November Journaling Challenge: Day 15”

  1. Susan Godwin November 20, 2013 at 21:27 # Reply

    I can easily recall my worst memory; It occurred in my sophmore year in high school.and myself and five good friends were trying out for the drill team for the next year. We were fortunate to have seniors of the drill team coach us. At practice we were perfect! The day came for rehersals in front of the judges; the music started and I went completely blank and just stood there while my friends executed the routine perfectly. I still vividly recall the embarrassment I felt!
    As for the happiest memory it includes my childhood years growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All seasons were an adventure playing outside. If I had to name one it would probably be any Christmas when I still believed in Santa. The anticipation and the “magic” of the day was never disappointing. There was much joy in being surrounded by a loving family.

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