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    Little Froggie

    Piloting a plane.

    🐵 ⌨ Gamanit

    I remember thinking that braces were super cool, and being so disappointed when my dentist said I don’t need them… :).

    Carwashes and the dry cleaner rack were also cool. As was riding in the car backwards in my grandmothers station wagon. I never had those electronic pets, but I remember being jealous of my classmates that did. I would also stare wide eyed at my mother solving the Rubiks cube… I thought it was like magic!


    Meteorologists were sooo cool – they were totally neviim. And they got to play with those big white weather balloons… I used to dream of becoming a meteorologist. Oh well, maybe in my next life.


    Glasses! I was really jealous of everyone who had!

    Going to work with my mother.

    When my siblings let me play with their Lego as my birthday present.

    My older sisters friends- they were big high school girls!

    live right

    I am intrigued by:

    Spanish people

    Native Americans

    Muslim culture

    Orchestra conductors

    music composers


    and I always wanted to live in a Victorian mansion like the Breakers or the Elms in Newport.

    when I was really young I used to hang upside down on the hassock in our living room and imagine what it would be like if the world would be upside down and the ceiling would be the floor. this was before the new, modern, high flat ceiling look. no slides or cliffs in those ceilings


    I think bumping threads is cool.

    The Goq™


    I thought that typing was cool, hitting all the keys without looking and when the typewriter got to the end of the line you would slap it back to get to the beginning.




    When I was a kid, I had a fascination with radio. I’d sit at the desk in my room, turning the AM dial slowly, and keep a log of all the out of town stations that I picked up. (It was just a reular, plastic General Electric clock radio, with a clock on one side and the dial on the other.)

    I was so into it that my parents bought me a short-wave radio as an elementary school graduation present. That was cool too – I probably spent more time in front of that thing than I do now on Facebook.

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