Friday, February 1, 2013

IMAGINARY FRIEND BLOGHOP ENTRY

I have been wrecking my brain the past few days trying to figure out what I could write that could be really entertaining, but though I tried to have an imaginary friend growing up, I was just never able to conjure one up, probably because I was never that creative.  Though, having said that, I was always good in tricking my younger cousin into believing that things existed and were present in the room, when they really weren't. I think because I was the older one, she just took me by my word and only when she became older, did she realize that either I was completely crazy, or I was trying to make her crazy.

I remember telling her once that some mythical creatures had called a secret meeting and that the two of us were invited and that she should stop doing her homework and come with me. She did and we spent a few minutes sitting in silence because I assured her the creatures were there, but she was too polite to say anything at the time. Did I mention we were only 7 or 8 years old at the time? Guess I had a flair for the dramatic back then. 

I can't remember whether I believed in the creatures too back then, or whether I was just a compulsive liar or something. I remember telling her these things, but I can't imagine or remember why. 

10 comments :

  1. Nope, not a compulsive liar, a compelling storyteller! I can just imagine the serious look on your cousin's face. Thanks for taking part :-)

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  2. This post made me giggle! I think you had a bigger imagination than you realise.

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  3. But you were a good storyteller at a young age! :)

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  4. Pahaha! I agree with Nick, you definitely had a great imagination!

    Thanks for being a part of the bloghop!

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  5. And that's how a story teller is born! Great post.

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  6. Annalisa - Thanks for co-hosting this great blogfest.

    Nick - Thank you. It still comes in handy sometimes, though, not in such a drastic way. Thanks for stopping by.

    Al - Thank you for your kind words and for visiting.

    Kyra - Thank you so much for the nice words and thanks for co-hosting such a great bloghop.

    Jess - Thank you so much! Thank you for visiting.

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  7. lol That story made me laugh. Your poor cousin. It's nice she was such a good sport about it.

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  8. Sounds like you were a talented story-teller even back then.

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  9. M Pax - I am glad that it made you laugh. She was a real good sport back then, I wonder if she still remembers those days.

    Alex - Thank you, I am glad you liked it.

    Charmaine - Thank you so much!

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