Taking a Pause for a Bubble Break

When I was a little girl I used to love blowing bubbles.  Just to imagine getting my little hands on a tube of soapy water and a bubble making wand would put a smile on my face.  I would run as the trail of bubbles followed me.  Attempt to beat my own biggest bubble record before having it burst gently on my nose.

Now, I am well passed my elementary school years, however I do still like to keep a tube of bubbles close by.  Why? Simply because I always want to remember those simpler times, when my only concerns were that I remembered to take a bath, brushing my teeth, and making my bed.  And oh yes not having my Mama figure out, that I had hidden another book underneath my bed to read after lights out.

So with my bubble making wand in my hand…I am taking a pause.  Remembering those simpler times again.

© 2009, Lela Jefferson Fagan. All rights reserved.

About Lela Jefferson Fagan

Lela Fagan (Jefferson) is the author of the book “Poetry of a Black Girl: The Darkness and the Light” and lead blogger at “Memoirs of a Black Girl”. Lela is an avid reader “A Real Bookworm” of all things in print. She finds joy in sharing socially and blogging about topics that matter the most to her. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Lela now lives in Houston, TX with her husband Oji, an educator and Football Coach. @LelaJefferson - See more at: http://www.memoirsofablackgirl.com/

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