I walked down the path pass the holy bush into the porch, a big porch very protective red brick all around it I came through the front door colour tiles on the floor my uncle bun is on the perimeter we going into the front blue my grandfather is waiting for us he is sitting in a leather arm chair he asked me to sitting on his lap he brings up a big book and ask me to read it to him it is quiet dark in the room really comfortable, it is the smell of leather, big dark brown heavy velvet curtains it is like being in another world.
The memory that it is coming to me now is one when stayed on my parents house they lived in Cambridge, we were quiet big family a lot of cousins we go punting we were punt along the river and my father was pushing the punt, I don’t know if how it is call and we stop on the field and have a picnic and I remember being really happy. A lot of sandwiches coffee cake and bacon tart.
Being at a day care sitting on the hallway with my winter coat overheating sitting on the bench and a woman sitting next to me breastfeeding a baby and that I think it was my first memory. Hallway was large room day care occurs, kids running around and the hall way was a long room full of benches, I was dressing with this heavy winter coat but I don’t know the colour as I am colour blind so I don’t have a good sense of colour memory, it was in Chicago.
My earliest memory was when I was in Jamaica we had sort of an apartment and remember to see the staircase I remember the staircase had like green carpet on it I remember the staircase quiet vividly I have not photos of that but I remember being on the staircase and my mother saying not to run on the staircase I remember stomping on the stairs when I was angry just kind of stomping and that it is my earliest memory I left Jamaica when I was 5 so it must have been when I was 3 or 4. I remember being in front of the apartment and there was swimming pool and we never went into it , it was there quiet strange and that what I see I see the blue pool and the green staircase