Festival 2017 Club classics, spine-tingling trance, and hard dance anthems will be the order of the day at Reminisce
as "to talk, think, or write about things that happened in the past.
She must have a lot of spare time to reminisce
about her past.
The 1940s theme brought a chance to reminisce
, with residents remembering the glamorous fashions of the period, but also recalling the frightening sound of an air raid siren, which could be heard from the local fire station, and the sounds from the Spitfire flypast.
The ever popular Reminisce
event is back for 2015 - this time with a new venue and a 70s and 80s theme.
Cameras follow the sisters as they exchange presents and reminisce
about the last three decades.
A TYNESIDE charity worker is appealing for items from yesteryear in a bid to help people with dementia to reminisce
Researchers asked 84 parents to reminisce
with their four and five-year-olds about experiences that made them happy or sad and about situations involving conflict.
Parents were asked to reminisce
about four past emotional experiences of the child - happy, sad, a conflict with a peer and a conflict with a parent - and two past play interactions they experienced together.
In conclusion, despite the limitation of a small, monocultural sample and consequent preliminary nature of our findings, we nonetheless extend previous research by focusing on different kinds of emotion talk; thus highlighting the strong, important associations of the way in which parents reminisce
with their children, and the multiple pathways by which children develop an understanding of emotion during reminiscing.
The Harvard-Westlake graduate will have more to reminisce
about this year after adding a second title in the NCAA Cross Country Championships at the Wabash Valley Family Sports Center on Monday.
New series in which celebrities reminisce
about their schoolday antics, recalling games, chants and nicknames from the playground.