I don't have a whole lot of positive memories in my past childhood. The one thing I do remember though is when I turned thirteen. I don't celebrate my birthday but it's what I got that made it special. For my 13th birthday I was given my first gun.
On your thirteenth birthday your are given your first gun as a tradition in our family. This tradition is only for the males though, the women will most likely get money. The first gun I got was a 22 rifle. It is a long range marline with an 11 shot clip.
This gun has some sentimental value to me because it's the start of me carrying on the tradition of my family. I intend to do that with my 45. magnum. It was given to me when my uncle passed away as inheritance. I want it to stay in the family and because it's mine nobody gets a say in what I do with my gun.
My most cherished childhood memory was when we use to live in the Helm at a ranch, my moms family lived right next to us. I remember that we will always be together and have big BBQS and invite the whole family. Everyone would come over and have the greatest time ever. We use to play games outside like football and basketball with the cousins, thats how I got so good.
My nena made the best homemade tortillas you can eat them by themselves. My nano would make the best BBQ also, we would eat everything that was made. After we where done we will go inside and talk and listen to music and dance.
I wish they never closed down the ranch because I loved living over there. I also hope my family can be like that again we hardley do anything anymore. I miss the old times because my family was all together and know its like there far away but we live close by.
My most cherished childhood memory I have to say it was when I did my Sweet 15 almost four years ago. That day still remains un forgetful to my twin sister and I. That day was so much fun I had a big party over 200 people went to my party. I member I had to get up early and get ready I went to go get my hair done,my nails,everything just for this day.
I remember not eating breakfast till noon because my mom didn't let me eat so I wouldn't get dirty. My brother rented me a limo for the day and my friends and I decided to go to Fashion Fair all fixed up and walk around shop. After that I went to church after church we had a big dinner thing going on with a taco truck and a buffet thing.My older sister rented a bounce house for the little kids.
As for the adults we got them Mariachi so some of my uncles could sing to me. As for my friends I rented a Dj all night so they can dance all night.This day was very important to me turning to a woman for a mexican girl that's a big thing for me. I am thankful my parents threw me a sweet 15 party.
The most cherished childhood memory that I have was probably the first time I went to Six Flags. The time I remember that I went to Six Flags, was in school. I was In a after school program called STOP program.
I was In seventh grade when I joined the program. The program was about, just something to have to do after school. They would make sure that you had your homework done first of all. Then once you was done, you would be able to play games. They had a Ps3 system and a Xbox360.
I really cherished this memory due to that wen I was in this program, I was with a lot of friends that I grew up since I was in Grade school. I remember all the good times we had that day in six flags.
My worse childhood memory was when my best friend and I broke up. I still remember that day like it was just yesterday. Pancho, my best friend, had came over and he had bought a new big ball and wanted to play with me. I was happy and excited to play with his new big ball.
So Pancho and I were playing in front of my house and to the side I had rose bushes with big thorns on them. Pancho told me to be careful and not let it go that way because he didn't want it to pop. I wasn't paying attention to the thorn bushes and I kicked it to far and it went into the bush. I saw the ball land in slow motion and hoped that the ball wouldn't pop.
Pancho looked at me and I had a scared face expression and we both ran to see if the ball was flat. When I saw the ball still aired up I was relieved but as I picked it up the air from the ball started coming out slowly. Pancho got mad and started cussing at me and telling me he hates me and he's never going to play with me again. I was heart broken and I just stood there because I didn't know if I should cuss back at him and risk my parents hearing me. Since that day I haven't talked to him, his dad got a new job and moved far away and we never spoke again.
One of my most cherished childhood memory is from when I used to live in Lynwood. It was one of the best skate days I've had in the skatepark with my friends. We took my friends car and got pizza before we arrived. After eating the pizza, however, we had to wait a bit before we could start skating.
During the time we were waiting more of my friends showed up at the skatepark. We chilled for a bit and watched the other skaters for a bit. We later started picking out things we wanted to land that day. After that we decided to make it a challenge that who ever didn't land all their tricks was going to get slapped in the head.
So we all went of in to the skatepark and skated until we couldn't. I got to land all my tricks and all my friends did too. Three of my friends were close to getting slapped in the head but we gave them time to land their tricks and they did. This is one of my most cherished childhood memory simply because I was spending time doing something I love with people I love. No Homo
The negative cherished childhood memory I have is when the day my brother broke his hand. It was on a saturday morning when my brother and I decided to outside and play with our playground, it was going all good we were having fun on the slide, swings and monkey bars. Then my dad's dog "Cokis", a huge female pitbull, got loose and ran towards us my brother was scared and didn't want to play with the huge dog so he sat on top of the slide, while I continued paying. Then Cokis wanted to play with my brother and jumped on to the slide causing it to flip over, my brother fell off the top and broke his elbow.
I screamed for my grandma to come out seing my brother crying with his arm hanging all loose, she went into shock and didn't know what to do so I called the 911 and told them what had happend, they arrived shortly after and took him to the hospital. I'm always going to remember this like I do now, this is an unforgettable event that I had to live.
My cherished childhood memory is when my grandpa took me to go see in a corn fried and they were chopping it and we were just driving around and watching them. We had a lot of fun when I was young I miss when I was young because I was young and small and went to different places and them did little kids stuff and i really miss that.
When I was small Me and my vo did a lot of stuff and my va I love her so much we did a lot of work together and it was fun because when you are young everything is fun when you are small I miss my va because she was the one who did a a lot of stuff for me.
I have so many cherished moments. But the 1 I remember the most is when I was like 6 years old. It was when I was going to barley start playing for a soccer team.
All I remember my whole went to supposably went to go see me play. I had gone in an the game was going to stat. An all of a sudden I got scared an I started to cry. An I just ran out off the field to my mom.
Now every time im at home with my family. They bring that story and just make fun of me.
My most cherished childhood memory was when I was about ten years old and my mom bought me a bike, I even had a name for it as funny as it sounds I called it sea star because it was the color of the sea, and it had a couple of stars on the wheels.
I remember I would ride that bike everyday as far away from home as possible I felt so alive , as if nothing could have stopped me from going where I wanted.
Sadly my brother messed the bike up and I never rode a bike since then. I was a good memory until my brother destroyed it. Still today I always wanted to ride a bike but I know it will never be the same.