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    It happens in night...when you come back from work...throw your car keys on the chest mantle and think now what? What do I do? After few moments of pondering you open the fridge grab a cola or some...
    October 8, 2007

    hide and go seek.

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    • Chris Stoddard

      Past Play-explorer/freedom from time Playing hide and seek as a kid was all about exploring. Finding new places to hide that no one would think to look. Time was no limit for us, the games would go on all day.

    • Judith Johnson

      HIDE AND SEEK. Played this hundreds of times as a child, many times as a parent and even more as a grandparent. I remember, "98, 99 100...Ready or not, here I come!" ....It was always fun and even more fun at dard and in the yard. I wonder how many kids today have played this game. And I don't mean on a Wii or Nintendo or Play Station.

    • Omar Rodz

      PAST PLAY Playing hide and seek! The play personality here is definitely kinesthete. The qualities of play here are freedom from time because you literally lose all sense of time while playing, voluntary because I did it because I want to, and continuation desire because there was no end when I played this game.

    • Moira S

      As a child, my friends and I loved to engage in multiple activities together. Our favorites were hide and seek, tag, or something we came up with together. The days seemed to fly by because we were having so much fun. Freedom from time, diminished consciousness of self, and continuation desire. The way we used to play as children is important to remember as we grow into our adult lives.

    • Nancy Adams

      Laura, remember me playing Manhunt with you and the neighbor kids one time and me hiding (I was almost 40!) when the old lady neighbors came out to yell at "the kids" for running thru their yard?! haha

    • Julie Burdett

      Something from my mom: Hide and seek. All the neighborhood kids played this every summer evening. When it was time to go in, Mom turned on the porch light. I always pretended that I didn't see it but she'd start calling my name and then I knew I'd better get home!

    • Christine Piper

      I loved playing hide and seek as a kid! Especially in the wooded area on the grounds of my WA elementary school.

    • Tonee Marie

      Playing Hide and Seek in the neighborhood with all of the other kids that lived nearby. Something our kids will miss out on.

    • Malcolm Clarke

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