October 1, 2001
This week, we are launching 9 stories written by learners in Duncan, BC. As a special event you can read the stories and hear some of them.
When I was young I think I was two it's like putting a little puzzle together but I lost some pieces of the puzzle, looking lost when someone asked how was my childhood when I was two. I say WHAT CAN I REMEMBER?
I was asked what I did when I was three but it's like a blank piece of blank paper that don't have a pen or pencil or a line on it. WHAT CAN'T I REMEMBER?
I have a picture in my head when I was four. My sister and I had red faces when we grabbed a frozen bag of black berries or was it strawberries sitting on our auntie's porch. WHAT CAN I REMEMBER?
I seen a picture when I was five or six standing on my head leaning on my auntie's old oil tank. She changed. I seen a picture. I was younger than six. I was playing with boxes. My mom told me I didn't like dolls. WHAT CAN I REMEMBER?
Seven or eight it's like a snowy television that you can't really see. You only can guess what's going to happen. WHAT CAN I REMEMBER?
I can't tell the whole story, but at least I can tell a small piece of the story. WHAT CAN I REMEMBER?