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When i was little my daddy told me that when it was snowing outside the angels up in heaven were chipping ice.
I used to think clouds were made of vanilla ice cream.
On cloudy days, I used to believe that God had kept his "blinds" shut because he wasn't dressed.
I thought that lightening was God taking pictures.
I also believed that thunder was God yelling at the Angels for not cleaning their rooms.
It wasn't until 2 years ago that I found out it snowed on the Jersey shore. And I'm 22 and live in Pennsylvania.
I really thought that every beach everywhere was warm and tropical year round.
I believed that the weather was always the same throughout the world. So, if it was raining where I lived then it was raining everywhere else.
When I was young, I thought I could touch the clouds by climbing to the top of the jungle-gym.
I used to believe that winter was literally right around the corner!! One summer day i was playing with my friend and we wanted to play in the snow...my mom told us not to worry because winter was right around the corner!! we believed her and went looking...we were very disappointed when we didn't find it. LOL
i used to believe that when it rained little men in the clouds were shooting down bullets to try kill me
i used to believe that wind mills make the wind blow
I thought planes collected clouds to make cotton balls.
I used to believe that to make it rain God turns on a lot of bath showers that were in the clouds. (I would even imagine God quickly turing hundreds of showers to make rain!)
When i was about 6 years old, i thought God was washing his"LEGO" town, when it was raining here.
I used to believe that when the sky was pink, the weather men were up in the sky checking what the weather was going to be the next day.
I used to believe, as a very young girl, that clouds were made out of mashed potatoes, because they reminded me so much of my mom's mashed potatoes that were big and fluffy.
When I lived in San Francisco as a child, I asked my aunt why the fog horns blew every night and she told me they used them to blow the fog off the Golden Gate Bridge! I was able to go to sleep comforted by that thought.
I thought that when it rained God had a giant hose...
When I saw that the clouds were moving in the sky, I thought it was because of the rotation of the earth.
When my daughter was very young she saw a tornado on the news and was completely freaked out for days. Since we lived about as far from tornado alley as you can get, and up on a hill, I told her that tornados could not go up hills. It was just this year, while at college, that she found out differently. Oops, bad mommy!
I used to belive that when it rained god was crying because I did something bad again
I used to believe that you could tell if a tornado was coming because the wind would blow really hard, but the trees wouldn't move. I was never concerned about a tornado coming because the trees were always swaying.