I was reminiscing on the good ol days and there are so many things I remember! Actually some of those things really brought a smile to my face.
I wonder..... do you remember the same things I do.
Below are some of the things I remember from growing up in St Kitts-Nevis.
I am realy keen to know what you remember which are not listed below. Don't be shy!
Tell us all, even those crazy and embarrassing moments we may have chosen to forget.
Here is my list, please tell me yours in the comments box below.
DO YOU REMEMBER?
Attending meetings at the Kingdom Hall at Fort Thomas Road?
Sis Charles playing the piano and the brother who played the accordion for kingdom songs at our meetings? This was the only music we had. If you remember who was that brother? Share in the comments box.
When we used to sell the magazines?
When most of Ponds was cane fields?
The old grammar school? Did you go there?
When hardly anyone had a TV? If you had one, probably was black and white!
The assembly when most people got sick due to food poison? Bonus points if you remember which island that was in!
Going to assemblies in Sandy Point? I got baptised at one of those!
Picking grapes at Frigate bay? No ... there was no Strip!!
Jaw bone breakers? Do you remember how you shared it up!!
The purple song book? Bonus points what was the title?
Getting the youth book at the convention?
When we had the refreshment stand at the assembly? Those were the days when we had food!!
When the Queen came to st Kitts?
When Christina sank? Where were you and what were you doing?
The earthquake in St Kitts in the 70s?
When we use to be in bible dramas?
Our hikes over to the peninsula (good feeling)?
When girls use to wear ribbons in their hair?
When the old typewriter was the order of the day - no fax and no word processor and def no computers!!!
When most people only listen to the radio and church songs on Sunday was the norm?
Using the green bible in field service?
Using the Sermon Outlines for service?
Using a view master?
Offering subscriptions for the Watchtower and Awake magazines?
Finally, do you remember the only tea you knew was "bush tea"?
I really want to know what you remember if not covered here. Tell us in the comments box below.