Question Of The Week – Q1

Ciao readers! πŸ˜‡

It’s a new day, in a new month. So I came up with something refreshing. I decided that every Thursday I’ll be posting a question in my blog, under the sub category ‘Question Of The Week’.

This question could be a personal question, a brain teaser, reflections of life, personality check, philosophical or even completely silly, twisted and random.

It’s upto you to answer the question or not, down in the comments. This way we could interact and get to know each other better. You have the entire week to answer this question. 😝

Oh! And you may wonder, my answer to the question? (Because it is about getting to know each other yeah?)

The following week when I post a new question, along with that I’ll post my answer to the last week’s question.

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This way, you would have to be in touch, for this to work. I think this will be fun! Let’s give it a shot shall we? πŸ€—

Read the answers of your fellow bloggers, reply something to them if you want to or feel like it by all means, just communicate, make friends and have fun!

With Love. ❀️

P.S. – I’ll start with a really easy and sweet question, to get you going.

Question – What is your favourite childhood memory? πŸ€–πŸ€‘πŸ‘Ύ

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209 thoughts on “Question Of The Week – Q1”

  1. What a great idea! Love it! My favourite childhood memory is sitting in my nan & grandads garden on their garden swing with my sister and grandad. It was raining so we had the cover over it like a cross between being in a swing tent & under a giant umbrella. Grandad was telling us stories from his army days, we sang old war time songs and my sister and I felt so special πŸ’– Time spent with my nan and grandad has left me with some of my fondest memories. If i could go back to any point in my life to relive it one more time, it would be then.

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      1. Six years between me and my sister, I’m the eldest. Six years between my daughters as well & my husband & his brother! Sadly my grandparents are no longer with us. I miss them every day but know they are always eith me in spirit & i will see them again one day πŸ’– I have wonderful memories so I am very blessed. Thank you for your post. It’s a great idea. I can’t wait to read your story and the stories of our fellow bloggers xx

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        1. My sister and I have a gap of six years too! I can’t wait to go up now, cuz she’s in her teenage almost and she’s getting very annoying. I want the age gap to disappear. Haha! You’re welcome btw! I’m glad you guys are enjoying this!

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  2. My favourite childhood memory is being about three years of age and on the seaside of the Baltic Sea, where my grandmother lived nearby. I know, my family was there, somewhere behind me on the beach, but it felt as if the water, the sand, the salty perfume of the beach and me were just the whole wonderful universe.

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    1. Amazing! I love the beach too! It’s such a calm place to be in, and reflect. Think about things. Just enjoy the moment. If I was only three years old though, my parents probably would have been holding my hand if I was on the beach, afraid of me being swept away with the tide. 😊

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      1. Yes, I have, @ Oasislovely, and even my family often doubted, it was possible, when I described memories from moments, that were even earlier, be it perceptions of smells, colour, touch, taste and situations with long lost toys, sceneries from the neighbourhood, playing with kids at certain places, our family moved from, when I was not much more than two years old anso so on.
        I often heard people say, kids cannot remember something before they are about four years old or more – not true. Some cannot, others do. My two sons are of both kinds.

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  3. What fun! OK…
    When we three children were all under the age of 5, we lived on Mercer Island, connected to Seattle, Washington, by a long spanned bridge. The island was yet to be fully developed, so we had nothing but woods behind our house. This area attracted some incredibly powerful thunderstorms, that would knock out the electricity. My parents would collect us around the fireplace, and as the wind howled and blew trees down, we were safe and warm with a big, toasty fire. I still love a good thunderstorm!

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    1. Love love love this! Although I’m not afraid of thunderstorms kinda.. I like to cuddle up in bed and hug onto something real tight. Hehe. But I remember when I was younger, I love thunderstorms. Can’t figure out what brought in the fear though.. 😝

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  4. A lovely start for interaction!! My favourite childhood memory!! Though they are many but when I read your question the answer I am giving came into my mind first…
    Memory is still fresh to me. My mother bought a beautiful green colour frock with yellow little flowers in it for me!! It was a sunny day and very that day I wore that dress and was busy dancing in that frock and strolling up and down on staircase!!
    That moment was very lovely for me!! I suppose I must be 6 or 7 years old don’t remember the exact age!!

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    1. I finally got on Amazon to see what is a duppatta. I know them! I didn’t know their name, but they are so lovely. I have a few blouses from the same material.I always feel like a queen when I wear them.
      Sayonara, little Japanese doll πŸ™‚

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  5. Super idea dear… I ll enjoy this much I know😍
    And btw not at all an easy question πŸ˜…πŸ˜…
    Fav childhood memory: when my mom came from work, in times when she had night shift; dad and me were waiting in car for her. When I saw her coming out I jumped the borders of her working place, ignoring guard- directly into her arms

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  6. I am certainly loving this idea!! And look forward to backtracking to read the others’ memories.
    Mine would have to be the late summer evenings sitting under the big oak tree in my grandparents’ front yard. The whole family would be there…aunts, uncles, cousins, even friends… enjoying my Gram’s homemade ice cream and tending to whatever fresh vegetables had been brought in from the gardens that day. Sometimes that would be shucking the corn so that it could be cut off the cob and frozen, and other days that would be shelling all the buckets of black-eyed peas. Now that my grandparents have passed on- those are memories that are truly irreplaceable.

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  7. What a lovely idea! My favorite childhood memory is simple…the feeling of safety. When I live in a country surrounded by so much of crime that seems to get worse, I look back at my childhood and feel we were so lucky to be able to play outside and feel safe. Something we should not take for granted…you appreciate it a lot much more when you realize how tough it can get. That together with the innocence of childhood itself πŸ™‚

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  8. All of my summer memories were–and still are the best! My brother, my sister, and I would take 4-H projects, go to friends’ houses to try out new recipes, watch movies, eat Popsicles, swim, and go on vacation. I try to keep this kind of summer spirit alive for my son as long as I can–he’s growing up so fast!

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          1. Barbara Walters! I’m going to Google her immediately. I know Ellen! I’m a hugeeee fan of her! She inspires me. 😊 Thanks a lot btw! I might add that to my bucket list! Host a TV talk show (or atleast be in one). Hehe! I don’t know about asking questions being a skill, but I do love having conversations with people. I’m very talkative and social, so I guess that’s where that comes from! πŸ˜‡

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      1. I had been planning this Crossing for a couple days because a fruit vendor set up his cart across the street and I really, really wanted an orange and my allowance was burning a hole in my pocket. My two older siblings were in school… occasionally I would walk the several blocks to their school and peek in the windows trying to find them. All of my roaming up until this point was confined to my side of the highway, so this was my first major Highway Crossing. The highway was very busy and I waited until it was clear before scurrying across as fast as I could. The orange was a delicious reward! Soon I expanded my territorial travels by many miles on foot and bicycle. I felt like Marco Polo. one of my favorite destinations was The Haney Cab Company garage, which was on the other side of town, where the mechanics and cab drivers would give me root beer and peanuts. I was like their mascot! imagine the surprise on my mother’s face when we were walking down the street and a Haney cab pulled up in the driver said, “Hey Buffalo Tom! would you and your girlfriend like a free ride?” The rewards for explorers are many… like finding your next new best friends. I learned about exploring from the librarian at our social settlement house where I liked to hang out.

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  9. Picking your absolute favorite anything is very difficult. I think so because you always keep thinking of new favorite foods memories Etc. A very special childhood memory I have is tobogganing in the snow when I was a child. always lots of snow and I used to Tunnel underneath it and my dad would make a hockey rink for me in my front yard. But right alongside my house was a hill and it was a small hill but very steep and perfect for tobogganing Plus it was close for me to go home and have fresh homemade bread and hot chocolate

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  10. My favorite childhood memory would probably be when I met my best friend Caleb Shorter in 1st Grade. He and I had similar interests and loved watching anime, it was up until 5th grade that we fell apart becuase I moved down to Virginia.

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    1. Haha! Love this! I remember I used to do it too (I still do). It’s so fun licking off the left overs of a baking mixture. Or any kind of food actually. Lol! I guess that’s how my obsession with food started. Thanks for sharing this with us!

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        1. Hehe.. That’s really sweet. One of my cousin’s son (I was going to say nephew, but I’m not sure if that’s what our relationship is) is elder than me. Lol! πŸ˜‚ And I have a lot who are my age and slighter younger. They are all fun to be with. They don’t call me aunty, thankfully!

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  11. This happened during my fourth grade, I had this competitive girl and her best friend in my class and they were kind of with attitude and all. Thou I used to be very competitive with them but yet inside I always wanted to be their friend. So it was like our last day in school since the school was kind of getting closed and it was also raining heavy. So when the rain stopped, the whole school was allowed to take a break and so we had our break. (During that time it was compulsory for whole class to have lunch together). So after lunch there was this place on our athletic ground which had too much rain water in it. So later after the break I don’t remember how but I just went to that pool of water with this competitive friend and her best friend and then we played there and were all wet. Later a teacher found us and we got a real scoldings from our principal. Then the competitive girl became my best friend and well, after a year, she shifted. Her name was Vishwa, I still miss her.

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  12. One of my favourite childhood memories is of my cousin and I binge watching the Harry Potter films and making our dog watch too! We had Dominoes Pizza, Coca Cola, a tub of ice cream..the works! It was great fun and we talked a lot and bonded over the films. Great day πŸ˜€

    PS – I really like your blog lay out. Looks great! This is a lovely challenge..looking forward to next week’s question.

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    1. Harry Potter films!!! I’m hyped up now. Lol! I never read the books, but I loved the films. How old were you when this happened? And your cousin? Bonding with family and friends is an amazing experience!
      PS – Thank you so much! Don’t get too hyped about it cuz it’s not always going to be a question like this, I might even ask “cats or dogs?”. Who knows? Lol! I just don’t want you to be disappointed, since you are the first person who told me you are looking forward to next week’s question. 😰

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      1. You should read the books, the books and films together collectively gave me the best childhood ever. I was like 8 or 9 I think. She’s my age too!
        Don’t worry about it. I think it’s a great initiative to try and get to know each other. Cats or dogs is an important question, you know! 😁

        PS – if you get time, could you check out my blog please and let me know what you think? Recent posts, layout etc.. you seem to be experienced and I’m just starting out so I’d love any feedback.

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          1. I’m so sorry! I really thought you didn’t mind, cuz everyone else told their names. Lol! When I asked them I mentioned if you don’t mind. But since I got all “oh no I don’t mind”s I assumed it was like that with everyone. I’m sorry! πŸ™

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  13. The first time i got lost, while roaming the streets of my hometown….my family spent almost 4 hours searching for me….and when they found me…i could never forget my mother’s face…it is my favourite moment, because i got to learn about mother’s love….i did go on another stroll 2 months later…but then i got punished a lot.

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    1. Hehe! Love this! You are quite mischievous eh? This is the kind of thing I would do too! Lol! Sadly, I didn’t get the chance to when I was small. Or maybe I have and I don’t remember it. Lol! How’d you get punished? Haha! That’s epic! πŸ˜‚

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      1. Well, i was quite back then…it is still funny…that my mother proudly tells everyone she meets about my tales…it was sometimes quite embarrassing when some one asked.. so why did u go for strolls? …like i am supposed to answer this….i had no concept of family…i was 2 years old perhaps….punishment was quite severe…as i remember i was never left alone until i was 4 or 5….i would try to escape to find some alone time.. but it never worked.

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  14. Hello thediaryofamuslimgirl. I’m glad I found your blog. You have such a wonderful variety of interesting posts here.

    My favorite memory as a child was participating in my family’s musical jam sessions. Most of my family would play instruments and I would dance or strum something or use the tambourine.

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  15. Mine are several but with the same people, though we ain’t together again. I remember those days at night, we would sing together, catwalk together, exchange food together lol but guess what, we do all of these in different compounds with the same fenced wall. Since the wall isn’t high, we were able to exchange things and see each other clearly.
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  16. Great idea! My fav childhood memory … it’s hard to pick just one but a memory that stands out is running through hundreds of butterflies in the park. They used to appear seasonally and I remember a time where there was so many of them all around us and it felt like we were in a sea of butterflies. It felt magical. For some reason when I grew up they were no longer in the park. Modern developments had driven out some species so its always a treasured memory

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  17. So many. I fell in love with steam trains and where I first lived they passed close to our home. Not environmentally good not, but I loved the smell of coal and hiss of steam, the rumble of the iron horse as we used to call them.

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  18. When I was little my dad used to pick me up every summer vacation to spend the vacation at his home. On the way to his home riding in the back of his bicycle I would read every single traffic sign we passed. He lived in another city by the way. I really enjoyed spending time with him like that and it was really fun. πŸ™‚

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    1. So I’m assuming your parents were divorced? I’m glad he did that, because even if you are divorced it’s important to remember you have a child and it’s your duty to provide for and love your child. Not all divorced dads do this! So I am very happy for you!
      P.S – Incase your parents weren’t separated, I’m very sorry for assuming that!

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  19. I’m showing my age here but my favorite childhood memories are of doing things/playing with my brother and sisters (I am the oldest of 5, a good Catholic family). We were our own entertainment. Obviously that was way before the technology boom. Playing outside, riding bikes together was the best.

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  20. This is a great idea πŸ‘annnnnd my favourite childhood memory would be, wrapping mum’s duppattas as Saree, wearing her sandals and pretending to be a teacher 😁😁. Those were the days man…, I miss that time πŸ’ž

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  21. Great idea yet so hard to find the perfect memory to share out of so many. When I was little, at 4 or 5pm after school and lunch, my friends,siblings and I would gather together at our local park. There was a big empty ground with smooth green grass and we used to play loads of games there till Maghrib, such as Frisbee, cricket, baseball, rugby, London stop and king stop or simply tag. We were a group of children of variable ages yet we would laugh all day and enjoy so much at the park. Usually my dad would come and play with us and teach us a few things. It was an awesome and nostalgic time of my life πŸ˜… even now if everyone was free and felt like it, I wouldn’t hesitate to play again 😁

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  22. Favourite childhood memory… It has to be when I learned to ride the bicycle. You see, I got in an accident when I was learning to ride it and I lost my confidence because of that. I got scared of it. But I learned it finally. I bit later than normal kids but yeah, I did. Haha πŸ˜„

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    1. Hehe.. You know what? This reminds me of my brother. He learnt to ride the bicycle a bit later than others his age too. He was scared. I was the one who held the bike and got him to ride it as I ran with the bike and him. He’s a pro at it now. 😬

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