Memories of disobedience...
Did you ever disobey your parents by watching something they told you not to, and you still think about today? That happens to me a lot.
Like a lot of people, when I wake up at night I look at the clock. MOST of the time it is 3:15 am. The first thing that enters my mind is ALWAYS "The Amityville Horror." To this day that is really the first thing that I think of, and it still scares me. Why?
I also will not have the head of my bed against a window, and I don't like facing away from the open bedroom door at night. I also do not like uncovered windows. This fear stems from seeing "Salem's Lot" when I was younger. I snuck into the kitchen and peered around the corner just in time to see the boy floating at his friends bedroom window. I can still see his face as he tapped on the glass, beckoning his friend to let him in.
Why do we do this to ourselves? I grew up watching scary movies, even though I was told not too, and to this day they still have an effect on me.
What about you? Does anything still come to mind, or bother you, when you recall disobeying your parents? Surely I am not the only one. :-)