Intel’s Project Monument

Intel have started such a cool initiative. It’s called Project Monument, and the idea is to build a “monument” of all your childhood memories on their Facebook page. You can also tweet them your memories, @intel_africa.

I thought it would be fun to share some of my favourite childhood memories…

Being a pseudo only child (my siblings are more than a decade older than me), I spent most of my childhood reading.
My favourite books to read were Sweet Valley High and The Babysitter’s Club. Lol, these covers look so old school! My friends and I tried creating our own Babysitter’s club… but we couldn’t manage to find any clients who wanted to hire us:(


I also LOVED playing Scrabble and Monopoly. I know this sounds quite sad, but I used to even play it on my own during the holidays!

One of my other favourite passtimes was to play TV games. Mario brothers was the best 🙂 I even managed to rescue the princess from the dragon!

Then, as I got older, I became OBSESSED with chat rooms. I spent most of my time on mIRC, with the nickname babe911. Lol, let’s just say that I’m glad I grew out of that phase!

Go on, share your own childhood stories in the comments below, or build your monument on Intel’s Facebook page 🙂