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April 29, 2013

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I don't recall ever playing this as a child, but boy - would I have loved to. LOL

God bless.

RB
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Tipper,
and Ed....I do remember "freeze tag", but didn't remember the exact order of the game until Ed gave the directions...This wasn't an easy game to be able to get over being "IT" as someone was always beatin' you to a player and unfreezin' them...
Thanks Tipper and Ed for the memories....

PS...My computer nearly drowneded in the storm I guess...Couldn't get the "dog-gone" thang started til this morning!

Tipper: I used to play this game. It was so much fun to play.

Tipper,
I'm sure we played this game too.
I just didn't remember till I read
Ed's summery of rules. His memory
hasn't faded as bad as mine.
That's got to be Chitter above,
cause she's got her Willy Nelson
bandana and boots on.
I guess we've all been out there
on that ledge sometime during our
lives...Ken

LOL! I've not thought of TV tag in years. Such a sweet thought though.

Yes, freeze tag was one of our late evening summer games. Amazing the different numbers of games we played in the twilight.

I remember playing freeze tag! It was one of my favorites. Another that we played was TV tag. When "It" was almost ready to tag you, if you screamed out the name of a current TV show, you were not "out". Of course, back then, there were only three TV channels, so the number of shows that you could call out was limited and much harder to remember.

Seems like I played a game like this as a kid, but I can't for sure remember the rules or exactly how it was played. Very interesting! Sometimes 'kid' memories are good for the soul.

I sure remember playing this game. Thinking about it brings a smile to my face.We played it at Camp Hebron above Harrisburg, Pa. As I sit here and think about it we played freeze tag in our neighborhood too.

You know, that "Little ledge" you spoke of is so symbolic of times past that beg our returning and reconsidering. There's so many of those "Little ledges" we all have known in our lives.

By the way, I think I've seen that girl in the boots.

Yes, I remember Freeze Tag, but only vaguely. Do kids still play these games today? Probably too busy texting. lol Life is very different in this day of technology.
What happens when the computers are as smart as we are, or smarter.

Yes, I remember this, it was so much fun unless you were left in the freeze position for too long

Freeze Tag- always our favorite with lots of giggles.

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