Photo from The Telegraph
I remember those sweet January afternoons.
The feel of warmth against my neck and chill in my toes as I trudged through the feets of snow, sun blazing up above.
I remember them like they were yesterday,
The grey snake in the pathway,
Dried Ramen picnics,
The crunch, crunch, crunch of noodles and powdered broth.
I remember our first barbie snap-on sports bra,
Digging deep to find it like treasure,
Then rushing to our mom to show her what we found.
In those January afternoons, so filled with every fantasy game, film and novel.
Stirring those dusty sunray particles,
Filling me with that fragment of nostalgia,
Then closing my eyes and dreaming it all over again.
Those beautiful, dusty sun-ray particles of nostalgia remind me of how simple life used to be.
I got married in January, to taste that simplicity.
I saw my first dead deer in those parts.
Raised our first puppy in a Ramen box.
Ran and ran and ran through the old apple trees.
With my four other simblings
Oh, how lucky we used to be.