Will you tell us something impressive and something not-so-much from your childhood?
For example, mine -
Impressive: I noticed this relationship between odd numbers and perfect squares when I was 7 or 8 years old, by looking at my wall paper in my bedroom (it had a geometric design that helped me to visualize it).
Not so much: until I was embarrassingly old, like 13, I thought the atmosphere was a thin layer of fire that surrounded the earth. I thought this because I was always hearing that space junk “burns up in the atmosphere.” Ha!
I’d love to hear some of your shining and not-so-shining childhood moments!