My Childhood Experiences
Perhaps our childhood days are the most lovable days of our lives. Those are the days when we are far from our present worries and tensions. They were days to play and laugh with our friends. Days to live in the world of fantasy. [But we shouldnít couldnít forget that the burden of studies was still there.] [Thereís a problem with point of view here. Are you writing from the present?]
When we are children, we think that our parents are happier than us because they donít have the tension of studies and getting good marks in exams. But as we grow, we realize that childhood days were better than what we are going through today.
I remember once my friends and I were waiting for the school bus in the afternoon after school. There was quite some time for the bus to come. We thought of going to the back yard of the school to get some sweet fruits that were growing in bushes. We left our school bags under the tree. We got became so busy in collecting the fruits that we forgot that almost an hour had passed and we might had have missed our bus.
By the time we reached the bus stop, the bus had gone. I started crying as my school bag was also lost. Someone had might must have stolen it. I got became so scared with very thoughts of my parents knowing finding out about everything.
Anyway, when I didnít reach home, my father came to school in search of me. I was scolded and blamed for being the most careless girl in the family. I had lost my school water bottle, books, geometry box, everything that was in the bag.
Today when I remember those days it brought brings a smile to my face. How stupid and naughty I was! I lost my bag and was scolded by my father just because of those small fruits. But I learnt from that bad experience that I should be more careful and wait for the bus instead of going somewhere else after school.
Experiences, whether good or bad, always teach us something. or the other. Today I laugh at myself when I remember those light moments.
There are many more experiences to share with you all but no time to type. I hope to hear from you all also about your childhood experiences.