O usuário do Youtube spoonito fez upload deste vídeo familiar com filmagens no qual seu pai filmava-os descendo as escadas todo Natal. O vídeo contém cerca de 25 anos de memórias. Confira!
O usuário do Youtube spoonito (o garoto no vídeo) coletou todos essas filmagens e as compilou neste vídeo onde podemos ser testemunhas da passagem dos anos, ao mesmo tempo que vemos a presença e a falta de alguns membros da família (incluindo bichos de estimação). Aqui está o vídeo:
Não é maravilhoso ver que fotos e vídeos podem nos levar em direção a certas épocas da nossa vida? A nostalgia sempre será algo querido por mim e esta pequena tradição de Natal que a família de spoonito criou é um grande exemplo de como manter a memória viva.
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