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I used to believe that tornadoes were spinning jack-o-lanterns in the air bent on destroying my house.
When I was little, up until about the age of 18, I couldn't figure out how worms ended up on the sidewalk after it rained. I just assumed they fell from the sky. God, I am smart.
I used to believe clouds disappeared at night. I didn't know where they went or why some nights I could see stars and others I couldn't.
I used to believe that when it rained or snowed where we lived, it was raining or snowing all over the rest of the entire world too.
I used to believe that driving caused the clouds to move.
I used to believe that I could control the wind.
Thanks to an older cousin, I used to believe that tornadoes were alive and could actually see us, so thatís why we had to hide in a hallway without windows during tornado drills in elementary school.
That Icould hide the sun with clouds at my will, and it did work everytime.
I used to believe that the wind was caused by trees so you could stop the wind by getting rid of trees.
I used to believe that clouds were created by steam trains and I was worried about what would happen if steam trains stopped running completely.
I used to believe that clouds were giant blocks of ice covered in cat hair.
Between about 4-6 I used to believe that the wind came from the clouds moving.
When I was a little kid, I used to think that jets' exhaust was what created the clouds
I used to believe that when you could see your breath outside in the cold, you were making clouds. So I would breathe out a lot to make as many clouds as possible :)
I once knew a girl who used to believe that the sun was actaully a really bright gold fish very high up.
That when it rained it rain all over the world
I used to believe that the angels sat up in the clouds and when it rained they were throwing buckets of water off the edge of the clouds. I would watch the rain looking for gaps thinking that was when they had to run and fill their buckets with more water.
As a child, when it rained I used to think someone had had forgot to turn off the faucet left the water running, in heaven.
For some reason at one point when I was a kid I thought tornadoes were a good thing and wished we lived somewhere where the was a tornado everyday (ya I was weird)
I used to love the wind in my hair and believed that the wind visited my hair the most because it loved me.
I then told my best friend that she was no longer my best friend and that the wind had taken her place.