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  1. Growing up poor, though not starving, it was a special day when a neighbor or close relative received something in a BIG cardboard box. It then became our spaceship or locomotive or submarine. Imagination overload. Ray has his imaginary work cut out for him with this little container. But I have to admit, he is a striking figure even in such a confined space. Extra treats well deserved.

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    • I can so relate to your childhood Mike! I used to “drive” a spoon around the border pattern on a rug. It could be a car, a motorcycle, or a train.. and even an airplane occasionally. For all the sophistication of today’s toys, I cannot help but think they can be little more than their design, which must surely be stifling otherwise imaginative young minds!

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