The Last Day - A Vivid Memory!

Today is the last day for the Blog Everyday In May Challenge. I cannot believe how quickly this month has gone and that tomorrow we will be in June! (That scares me slightly as it means that it's only two more months until little Miss Emily makes her appearance!) I've enjoyed this challenge so much though. I've only ever done a months long challenge once before and truth be told, halfway through I got bored and couldn't wait for it to be over, but this challenge has been different. I've loved the different prompts each day and the fact that it has gotten me excited about writing again is the icing on the cake. An added bonus is that I've found some awesome new blogs to follow.. Win win. 

Today's last prompt was a vivid memory. I couldn't decide whether to go serious or funny with this one but I think seen as it's the last day, lets go funny.. 

"I was four years old and in my very first year of Primary School. My Mum was walking me to school whilst my, at the time, two year old Sister tagged along. I was wearing my grey skirt that was part of the uniform and I kept lagging behind. We were obviously in a rush because my Mum kept moaning at me to keep up. What she didn't see was that I was having problems with my underwear. We stopped at a set of traffic lights so that we could cross the busy main road. There was an old man that was also waiting to cross. Right there and then the elastic went in my underwear and down they fell to my ankles. At that moment my Mum realised why I had been lagging behind, the old man started laughing and I had my first meeting with embarrassment. I can remember it like it was yesterday."

And now I'm kind of sad that I've just finished my last post for this challenge! What will I write about now! I have no prompts! 

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  1. Oh no, shame that must have been horrifying at such a young age.


  2. Oh my gosh! Now that is a moment that you won't EVER forget. I can't help but giggle thinking of it happening in front of me, but poor you on your first day of school!

  3. I can't imagine how that must have felt. Kids can be so cruel. Maybe that's the dream we all have (as adults) in the back of our minds when we wake up in the middle of the night from a nightmare? :-)

    Kim @ Pouring Down Like Rain www.kimadamsmorgan.com

  4. I feel for you with your undies story, definitely one not soon forgotten. The same thing happened to my mom on her First Communion day! Have a great weekend.
    Michelle. thebashfulnest.blogspot.com


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