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Re: Reparenting ClearSkies

Posted by rskontos on March 20, 2008, at 11:48:40

In reply to Re: Reparenting Daisym, posted by ClearSkies on March 20, 2008, at 9:57:57

ClearSkies, I don't think I can go back far enough and if I did I would be a pre-reading age. My memories of trauma are from the age of three or younger and I know I wasn't reading. But I too escaped into books as soon as I was reading and Louisa May Alcott was my favorite. I wanted to be the one that was the writer, Jo. Wasn't that short for Josephine. I read that book so many times it kept falling apart and then I had to check out of the libary. I would go to the libary and check out the maximum number of books allowed. My mother would complain she was tired of seeing the part in my hair as I was always looking in a book with my head down. In fact, I read while I ate and didn't think I could eat without a book to read!!! Those were the days of reading all I wanted to. I was one of those weird kids that read all my textbooks before I had to as well. I actually liked my history books.

But still, even though I can't remember the lack of trauma in any years retracing through those books might still be helpful? don't you think?





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