Image is from Pixabay In the weekend When I was a child Late after dinner My aunt would put Our beds together Get under the blankets And hug me with her To warm me up We would pray And she would tell Me stories until We both fall asleep Alex
Image is from Pixabay I was just a child Anything my parents asked of me I compiled My dad was just a man When he was sombre, that is With alcohol inside of him The dad I loved Become the monster That scared me The most Alex
Image from Pixabay As a kidWhen school was outIt felt like a dreamBecause the kids will no longerBe meanEverything felt within reachAnd looking forwardFor my day at the beach Alex
Image from Pixabay Recently, I noticed a Facebook meme going around that asked people to list the videogames that shaped their childhood, so I decided to indulge in a little bit of nostalgia. Unlike my cousin, I didn't own a PlayStation, growing up. We had a Pentium 2 well into the early 2000s. I remember … Continue reading The Games That Defined My Childhood (Guest Post)
As I wrote in the Childhood Rambling post, I spent most of my weekends as a kid at my aunt. After lunch, my uncle, her brother, would lift me to his car and take us places where we could walk and hike. All we took was water. We would walk or in my case wheel. … Continue reading My First Hike In Years
Believe it or not, I lived in Gozo for 18 years and did all my schooling there so, in theory, I should be happy to go back to it right? In a way, I need to write this down to rid of some of the pain in my chest even if risking to sound like … Continue reading Childhood Ramblings!