#Openbloghop – What did you want to be when you grew up vs. what you are today?   1 comment

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I can remember, when I was a little girl of about eight years old, wanting to be a native American princess. In those days, I would have said an Indian princess. I was given an authentic Indian doll by an uncle who had traveled to the USA and brought this back as a gift for his doll loving niece. I remember that her clothing was all made of real leather and she had traditional beadwork decorations. I was totally fascinated by that doll and for weeks afterwards I forced encouraged my younger sister, Cath, to play Indian princesses with me. We had names; I was Princess Cherry Blossom and she was Princess Peach Blossom. We used to dress up as Indian girls and play outside in the sunshine for hours.

By the time I was twelve, my vision of the future had changed and I wanted to be a poet…

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Posted April 7, 2020 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “#Openbloghop – What did you want to be when you grew up vs. what you are today?

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  1. Thanks for sharing.


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