• jolly555

    I like this way of reading your piece, it help one get a clearer picture of your piece. This photo here is cute.

  • Alex

    An iron Acorn??? As I said the audio format is much more understandable he he. I am not much of a reader I guess. Congratulations!!!

  • conrad pranze villas

    I am still at awe with this format. I can understand and feel the emotions clearly. Thank you so much for sharing this.

  • Danielle M

    Beautiful picture Tom, your work is amazing and i’m sure it’s the resul of many years of effort , and of doing what you love.

  • Wilson Jake

    My childhood days are memorable ones; just so lovely to remember. Not thinking of anything but having fun and eating. Lovely cool picture Thomas.

  • Oyeyipo Oladele

    Whaooo, this is a pretty and nice job from you Tom. I wish this is particularly meant for me. Good work tom, keep it up.

  • Prince

    Well, I love my childhood very much though the computer and television wasn’t available. Thomas you are lucky, you’ve got alot of tools to play with.

  • esgyll

    I really like his voice. It’s so soothing, a perfect match for this reading. I remember my Friday childhood quite vividly.

  • Anyi Lizeth

    That photo is an art in an acorn, from my childhood what I liked most was going to the other side of the stream with my friends and playing cooking in the middle of nature.

  • David Tjoe

    Great transformation on the blog, now makes the visitors more comfortable to linger here. You can enjoy pictures here while listening to audio.

  • Maury Cheskes

    That climb up the shelf sounds very vigorous. I love your closing message on how things change over time. For me, that’s what makes it interesting. Visiting your childhood home must have brought back so much years later being a new man.

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