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Old 12-02-2018, 07:29 PM #11
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I still like to jump in and kick up leaves.😊
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The puppy did!
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Anybody remember raking a big pile of leaves and then jumping in them? That was fun!
It was so much fun! We had a picnic table and would jump from it into the leaves. When we finished playing, we'd rake the leaves into a ditch (we lived in the country) and daddy would burn them. One of my childhood autumn memories is the smell of burning leaves in the air as we traveled the neighborhood on foot doing our "trick or treat" style review for Halloween. It was safe then as most everyone in the neighborhood knew who you were and who your parents were. And we knew who gave what in our bags to tell our parents when we got home. Not only that, but most goodies were homemade or fresh fruits and nuts. Great memories.
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Oak leaves were the best. I loved the smell!
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