Amazing Kids! Magazine

Staff Q&A: What is one of your fondest memories?

By the Amazing Kids! Magazine Staff


Want to know more about the Youth Staff at Amazing Kids! Magazine?  Check out our Q&A with some of the staff memories; their responses to the question of the month are below.

Ashley Lin, former Assistant Editor, Adult Spotlight Interviewer, and Poetry Editor: Definitely attending my first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA! It was an experience that not only allowed me to strive for higher horizons, but also helped me define my vision for the future and empowered me to make that vision reality. From the thrumming energy of the room at opening session, to the nervousness of competition, to simply connecting with the thousands of bold and ambitious students there with me, NLC was a life changing experience I will always remember.

Akshaj Mehta, Sci-Tech Kids Editor: One of my fondest memories is when my brother was born.

Stella Prince, AK Adventures and Nonfiction Editor: When I took my first vacation, at one.  My family and I spent a week in Cape Cod, and I remember swimming for the first time.  It was magical.

Sarina Patel, Jr. Assistant Editor and Comic Hub Co-Editor: My fondest memories are almost always associated with the fall, as it is the time when Florida’s weather is the coolest. I remember the day that I went to a pumpkin patch with my mom. I was three at the time, and in desperate need of a pumpkin to bedazzle for Halloween. My delighted three-year-old self dragged the heaviest pumpkin into the house, named it Felicia, and gave it glittery black cat ears.

Aryaman Sheth, Fiction and Photography Editor: Watching a Barcelona VS Real Madrid match in the stadium, and Messi scoring at the last minute.  Unreal atmosphere.