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when the most important event was my fake wedding.
the refreshing feel of running through the sprinklers in the front lawn.
the excitement when the ice cream truck came down the road.
when I wasn’t held back by reality, but open with imagination.
the energetic cul-de-sac barbeques where the children played all day.
the warmth of summer down on us as we swam in the cooling pool.
playing Cops and Robbers as we rode around on our bikes.
tossing around the baseball with my dad.
when the television was “magic.”
when we would have sleepovers and we weren’t tired the next day.
when having imaginary friends was natural.
the glorious world that I lived in as a child.