After reading a snippet of 100 memories by Anne Walden, we decided to writing a list of our own memories. We decided to stick to something reasonable though (20 memories instead of 100).


20 memories

by Abe the Ape and Bella P.

4th grade



eating oreo cupcakes

singing “hound dog” at karaoke

playing red electric guitar

feeling my plushy husky’s fur

shopping at the mall with mom

bleeding on the playground

playing Minecraft with friends

going to the zoo

celebrating my b-day with friends

going to Raging Waves

singing at McDonald’s karaoke

playing robolx when my grandma visits us

playing the violin in my band (banda fantasma)

playing with pink otter plushy

swimming in pool


watching ducktales

falling on sidewalk in the waterpark

paddling fast on my bike and had a terrible fall



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