A Trip Down Memory Lane For Sally Cronin hosted by Judith Barrow.
There are places that remain in our memories, the details may become slightly blurred, nostalgia may colour our thoughts, but they don’t fade. And how those places made us feel at the time is the one thing that remains.
Today I’m so pleased to welcome Sally Cronin, who has agreed to share her memories with us.
Thank you Judith for inviting me to take part in this lovely series and I decided to go back as far as I could with my memories.
Scientists have more or less established humans can remember back to at least 3 years old, but it can be 6 months earlier for many.
I know I have very strong memories of Ceylon, now known as Sri Lanka, where we lived from 1954 to 1956. I was 18 months old when we arrived, and the memories of those two years are a little bit…
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Many thanks for the reblog, Daniel.
My pleasure, Judith. Sally is an old friend—Oops, I mean a friend for some time, not old in the sense of age. Phew!
Hahaha – I know!! We ladies are sensitive souls – I was fifty for many years.
A lovely share, DAnny.
Thank you, Robbie, my pleasure. I know what you mean, Judith. It does seem to have taken a long time since my forty-ninth birthday.