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One day when my little brother was about 4 or 5 years old it was raining really hard. I told him the sky was falling, not really expecting him to beleive me. But he did! He started crying and ran and hid under a table. I felt really bad after that so i told him I was joking.
When I was about 4, we lived in an area that was known for severe weather and even tornadoes. During the stormy season we would sleep in the kitchen, which was the center of our house and had no windows. Somehow I misunderstood and heard tormadoes and thought that a giant, vicious, huge tomato with enormous teeth dripping of green slime would come screaming at your house and rip it to shreds trying to find little girls to eat. I suppose I had a bit of an over active imagination... Now I know what tornadoes are (some reason not so scary) and like to tell the story to my nieces and nephews.
i used to believe that when it rains, the angel and dead people were crying,
when there was snow Jezus was shaking his cushin so the feathers from inside would fall on earth
When I was little, I used to believe that I could see the earth turning: whenever the clouds were blowing across the sky, I thought that the clouds were standing still and I could see the sky moving behind them.
When I was little I used to beleive that when it rained it was actually angels taking baths and splashing water everywhere.
i used to believe that when it rained, it was someone watering us because we were plants that they were growing, so i would run outside and skip around being thankful that they were doing so!
When I was little I used to believe that the wind was created and controlled by the police. I imagined huge fans the size of a house placed in the middle of the forest blowing winds in a controlled fashion. Of course the police were the only ones allowed in the forests for this reason. I believed this until the day I officially learned about wind at school.
When I was younger, I was always afraid of storms. So when I learned about hurricanes, I was downright terrified.
Then one day my dad told me not to worry, because hurricanes on;y started over large bodies of water, and we live in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.
Well, my next-door neighbor had a pool.
I remember waiting for a hurricanes to start over that pool whenever there was a thunderstorm outside.
When i was about 4 or 5 i used to believe that i could change the weather as my parents would ask me to sing a 'sunny song' which would bring the sun out. i remember once sitting at the bottom of the stairs in a mood because i was fed up with their requests and didnt want the responsibility anymore.
I used to believe that Santa Ana winds actually came from the city of Santa Ana, CA
When I was a kid I thought that when tornado/twisters were what happened when God sneezed.
I used to think I could make the wind blow, I would step outside and raise my hands and Whooossh I made it blow =]
I used to think that clouds were made out of snow. In the summer I would stare at the "snow" up in the sky and wish that it would fall down.
people say that the seasons are people and when one ended they would go to sleep untill there next turn,well i STILL belive that i am the season autumn!,all my freinds call me "the autumn prince"
I used to live in fl, and for years i was so confused my our weather man, on the account he would give the weather report on Miami, manily bcaz i had a friend who called her gma memaw lol i thought everyone had an ami like a gma nickame.so i always was like why do we care how the weather is there !!! yea,,, sad but verry true
I used to think that when it rained it was due to all the people in heaven crying. And I used to think... 'they are already in heaven, shouldn't they be having a good time?'
When I was about 7 one night at a school holiday camp on the beach I could see the edges of all the clouds over the water glowing. The older kids told me it was the sign of a tidal wave coming. I got really scared and ran and told one of the camp leaders about it. It was just the full moon lighting up the clouds.
When I was little i use to HATE storms so my dad made me believe that when a storm was coming i should clean the whole house and the storm would go away. Suprisingly it did sometimes! haha.
I used to believe clouds were formed by jets and their exhaust.
I used to believe that the wind was from the earth turning.