The final question for January is by Adrienne J. Odasso:

something you wish you could remember more clearly.

How my imagination worked as a child. I know I spent long and frequent hours running around with my best friends, making up and acting out some rather elaborate stories. But I remember very little about what the stories actually were, their plots and settings, or the process by which they arose. I suspect it’s very different from the processes by which I come up with things now. That doesn’t mean it’s necessarily better, but it bothers me that I don’t remember. There might be forgotten things there that would help me be a bit freer with my imagination now. Or it might just be a fun thing to reminisce about – and maybe to use in writing better child narrators. I don’t know. *shrug*