Blue Moon

This brought back so many memories, and so many emotions. In the end all that pain was worthwhile……eventually.

Paul Scribbles

Daily Prompt: Bedtime Stories

by michelle w. on March 21, 2013

What was your favorite book as a child? Did it influence the person you are now?

I have no early memories of being read to. My Mam worked nights as an auxiliary nurse and my Dad, to my knowledge has never read a book of literature in his life so far, so I was left to my own devices. No bedtime stories then, unless I was reading them to myself. We had books around the house though. Encyclopedias about everything in the world. Sports books too. Football mostly and some Boxing ones.

My Dad was a big football fan and we had match day programmes from various Manchester City games that I could delve into at will. This was my bedtime reading, hidden under the covers with a torch. Re-living great sporting moments achieved by OUR team. Mine and my…

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2 thoughts on “Blue Moon

    • In hindsight I agree.
      At the time though I went through every possible emotion within the space of a few minutes-
      the Gillingham and the QPR game. Being a City fan has taken its toll on my lifespan.

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