HOME

Name: margalit
Location: Massachusetts, United States Professional writer, educational advocate, opinionated ultra liberal mother of 18 year old twins, living life in the slow lane due to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, and diabetes.

email: margalitc at yahoo dot com

View My Complete Profile

My Amazon.com Wish List

Rate this Blog at Blogged

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

PanHandling!

Photobucket

Alltop, confirmation that we kick ass



Powered by FeedBlitz

Subscribe with Bloglines

Blog Search: The Source for Blogs

Add to Technorati Favorites

Digg!

Powered by Blogger

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post #8

Remember I'm blogging for Children's Hospital of Boston. Please sponsor me. Clicky click on the orange Blogathon button at the top of my left sidebar for a link right to the sponsor's page. Children's Hospital is an amazing facility that does some of the most advanced pediatric research on the planet. They need your help because they never ever turn down any child for lack of insurance or funds. They can do this because they have support from the community, but they always run short. You can help a child recieve great medical care by sponsoring me.

My Childhood was...

Miserable. Violent. Ugly. Unhappy. Tragic, interspersed with some very funny moments. There was no way I could ever have a happy childhood with the parents I got. My mother is certifiably nuts (and no, that isn't just an expression in this case) and my father was incapable of loving anyone other than her. Plus, he was a serious misogynist. Although we were a very well-to-do family growing up in Southern California and on the ocean in MA, the inside of our house was filled with anger, screaming, hitting, and a lot of crying.

It wasn't ALL bad. I learned to be a good cook from my mother. I learned to be a good horsewoman from my father. I learned to love dogs and to show them from my dad. I learned how to travel from both parents. My love of reading comes from my mother. My love of eating must be genetic because they both were great eaters, as are my siblings.

But for the most part, my childhood is better forgotten, which is lucky since I have forgotten much of it due to a head injury sustained in a bad car accident that left me hospitalized for months. My mother was driving and hallucinated a motorcycle gang. Need I say more?


Tell me about your hopefully happier childhood.

Labels:

Digg! Stumble It! JBlog Me add to kirtsy

1 Comments:

Blogger Phoenix said...

Pandora again! You are doing a great job so far! (= I love reading your posts. (=

Let's see here.

My childhood was happy. It was. Mom and Dad loved me to pieces and my siblings were great. I grew up in a small town, where wandering around outside after dark was okay, even for us childrens.

Pandora, the site monitor, humming the theme song to her childhood - the sesame street theme! (=

29/7/06 11:43 AM  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

Copyright, 2003-2011 by Animzmirot Design Group. All rights reserved. No part of this blog may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval without written permission from Margalit, the publisher, except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review. In other words, stealing is bad, and if you take what doesn't belong to you, it's YOUR karma.