MY FAVOURITE CHILDHOOD MEMORIES

Growing up with my grandparents had its perks as we (me and my brother) always got treats regardless if we had lunch or not; they let us stay up late playing outside, scraping our knees and elbows without getting punished for it. What else a child could want more? Freedom was the word for us. We never cared about age gaps and even if I was nine or ten I was allowed to spend time with my much older neighbours kids who were listening to music on a cassette and smoking or having a beer. I considered it educational and not a bad influence because back then people were more honest and genuine and not afraid.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

This morning out of all I could afford to be lazy and sleep late. Ruby went bed at midnight so I knew she’ll sleep until after nine o’clock. I randomly woke up as I heard my phone vibrating. It was a watsapp message from my friend. It only said: β€œIt’s snowing ❄️⛄️” Not being used…