I am so sorry for the late posts on my October Blogging Challenge, I have been sick for the past few days and I’m still trying to get better – it’s virus season 😦
Anyways, I want to write about my favourite childhood memories as much as I could, so let’s get to it.
I was born and raised in Perth, Australia; but my ethnicity is Burmese, so we had a lot of traditions and cultural activities to abide to. My parents would always take me to the Buddhist Monastery back in Cannington and I would always love going there because I would receive these blessings and also getting some snacks from the monks (that’s a bonus).
Ever since I was little I would dance and model for my family. To be specific, I always wanted to be a ballet dancer – but my dad did not allow me to do that and I guess I just lost interest over-time. As for the modelling, I loved taking photos (till this day), but what was more memorable to me was my impersonation of the Pantene ad, where I would strut and purposely make my hair move side to side as I’m walking (you know how that ad goes 😉 ).
I was also very sporty as a child, and being sporty was super memorable to me because it was a time to bond with my dad. I started off at the age of 4 by taking tennis lessons, participated in athletics with school carnivals, had a thorough enjoyment for basketball, loved being a goalie when playing soccer and had a brief interest in football and cricket (young love influences lol).
That’s all I can recall 😀