The Great Book of Lists, chapter 1.1 : Treasures from Childhood

The new year is the perfect moment to remind what we loved as children before throwing ourselves in the realization of new projects.

To inaugurate your Great Book Of Lists, I suggest you to do a list of your Childhood Treasures . A toy, a smell, a madeleine stollen to Proust or in the school playground, or maybe a crazy laugh.

List of my Childhood Treasures

1/ The swing under the family house’s tree.

2/ My Sarah Kay doll

3/ My Tiny clown

4/ My aunt’s Yolande’s christmas log cake

5/ My grand father’s cooking

6/ Wuthering Heights

 

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35 réflexions sur « The Great Book of Lists, chapter 1.1 : Treasures from Childhood »

      1. Yay! I’m still thinking about when will I post this. I already have a Monday blog meme, my very own Monday Musings. 🙂 But I will surely post, soon!

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