Hi guys, I thought I would do a slightly different blog today and show you what I have in my memory box. I have had this box for as long as I can remember and anything I have found special or a great memory I have put it in this box.
I have collected a few things from my childhood which include; a door sign that says ‘Hannah’ on it which I have had since I was a little girl, a freddo frog toy (I loved freddo frog when I was younger), a Gameboy me and my brother used to always play with, and a few other bits and bobs. I love collecting things like this from my childhood as its nice to look back on them.
I quite liked school so I have kept my leavers shirt that all my friends wrote on and signed. We also did a photo of everyone in the year which I have kept. This was my final year in school when I was doing my GCSE’s. I have also kept a school photo of me in year 9 (13 years) and year 11 (16 years) and a pillow I made in school when I was 12 years.
I have a photos taken of me and my brother on different rides at different theme parks, jewellery I have received from my family members/loved ones, a Chelsea scarf that I got when I went to one of their football games, a picture of me driving an Audi R8 (my dream car) and a BMW i8 and my sash when I was a bridesmaid for my brother’s wedding, These are all things which I could never throw out as they hold some great memories to me.
I like to keep some of my birthday cards because I think it’s a great milestone thing to keep. I have my 13th, 16th and 18th birthday cards from my family and friends.
I do have a box full of Alfie’s things that I can’t bring myself to throw away (as he was my first dog). In this box there is Alfie’s first lead, some pictures of Alfie when he was a puppy and his vet booklet that said he has had all his vaccinations.
And that is nearly everything I have in my memory box. I would love to know if you guys have a memory box and what you guys keep. I also did a video on Youtube if you would like to check it out at Hannah Oliver! I hope you enjoyed reading, and I hope to see you soon! Bye!