theme: childhood

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IF YOU WERE AN 80s or 90s baby, this story hits home.

I grew up on some of her most lovable, iconic, memorable characters! Her voice was truly one of a kind!

CHUCKIE - Rugrats
BABE - Remember, Bah Ram Ewe! Lol
DEXTER - Dexter’s Laboratory
GOSALYN - Darkwing Duck - theme songs in the day were fiya!! Still know the words! That was the show!
OBLINA - Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
BUNNIE RABBOT - Sonic the Hedgehog (1993)

She also lent her talented voice in other classic childhood film & tv shows like Aladdin, Beethoven, Powerpuff Girls, The Wild Thornberrys, Balto…

You are forever in our fond childhood memories and hearts! ♡

RIP CHRISTINE CAVANAUGH.

Themed Prompts: Looking Back to Childhood

1. Your character can’t remember a single thing from their childhood.

2. Your character has to time travel to their childhood years to prevent themselves from making a terrible mistake.

3. As a child, your character wrote a letter to their future self.

4. Your character has to solve a mystery from their childhood.

5. Your character is reminded of a cringe-worthy event from their childhood.

6. Your character questions their memories of their childhood.

7. Your character gains a new perspective on a wrong done to them in childhood.

8. Your character has new memories of their childhood implanted.

9. Your character runs into a childhood crush.

10. Your character wants to forget something that happened when they were a child.

11. Your character decides to reconnect with a person from their childhood.

12. Your character travels to their birth-town.

13. Your character looks for ways to avoid returning to their birth-town.

14. Your character attends a funeral or a wedding in their birth-town.

15. Old wounds reopen at a family reunion.

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And so begins my annual Christmas Eve tradition of watching Good Housekeeping’s ‘Rockin’ Reindeer Christmas’. I’ve watched this every Christmas Eve for as long as I can remember. Join me, won’t you? It’s SO nice to not have to try to find a VHS player for it anymore.