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  • Today’s reading Judges 16-18

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  • What were you REALLY into when you were a kid?

As a side note, did you know that it was 10 years ago today that Brian and Danielle held the first service of the church currently known as The Sound?

8 COMMENTS

  1. What a great question! When I was a kid, I loved building model cars, especially the ones that the doors, the trunk, and most importantly the hood would open up so you could see the engine, so cool! I always worked as a kid to get extra money to buy them, paper routes, selling greeting cards, snow shoveling, whatever I could do. Then my next favorite thing to do was reading “MARVEL” comic books. There was a candy store at the corner across the street where my family lived and when the new issues came out, I’d run across the street grab all the latest Marvel issues, get a cheeseburger and a cherry cola, then preview them while I ate, remember like it was yesterday. Then it all changed when the “Beatles” showed up. My parents bought me Silvertone guitar with the amp as the carrying case, took lessons, and never looked back, haha!

  2. Wow. 10 years?! Happy anniversary to you guys. I want to hear more about that day! May I suggest a short story of that day be posted. 😏

    As a young girl, I was completely enamored with horses. I collected what I remember was called Breyers horses. The were about ten inches high, made of hard plastic, and so many realistic details. They were beautiful.
    As a young teen, I started a teddy bear collection. I had a couple hundred by the time the collecting ended. I loved them all so.

  3. My childhood… Old Godzilla movies, Cleveland Browns football, Legend of Zelda games, then rock and roll as a tween/teen. So nothing has really changed. Haha

    My obsession as a kid was definitely dinosaurs. I looooved dinosaurs, collecting them, drawing them, studying them, you name it. Jurassic Park came out when I was 10 or 11 yrs old. My dreams made real on the big screen.

  4. I was into being on a swimming team, scouting, bike riding my “Stingray” bike with my Best Buds, mowing lawns to make cash and selling what ever I could door to door.
    Stingray bikes had become popular back in the day and myself and 2 of my friends had these bikes and thought that we had it going on!
    I loved selling cards and novelty items door to door.
    After this my teenage years appeared and everything is a blur after that. Hehe

  5. I developed a vivid imagination and an imaginary friend, “Bobby”. Being an only child, I played alone mostly. I rode my bike, a Stingray with a banana seat a lot. I could ride a wheely as far as I wanted practically. So many of the funny things I did, I wouldn’t mention because I don’t want to give anyone ideas.

  6. I was four years old when I fell in love with cinema. I saw “The making of Star Wars” on September 16,1977. I was drawn to the making of film ever since. Watching Industrial Light and Magic was an escape for me. Being the only child, you create your own universe. I still look forward to a great film on the big screen. Films are meant to be immersive. I drove my mom crazy by watching films hundreds of times.
    I also remember buying vinyl as a kid, as I got older, I started to collect Soundtracks. Employees were puzzled when I would come in wanting the score of the film, and they were explaining this has no music!!! I remember purchasing the Terminator soundtrack.