When you turn fifty the time shrinks for you and countdown of your life begins. Although in your childhood on the opposite, the time passes so slowly, and you cannot wait until you finally turn 18. When you are a teen it is with impatience that you look forward to being an adult. At this age all kind of completely insignificant things seem to be of the most importance and your own mistakes to be a sign of so coveted independence or even rebel. Very few of us later, in adulthood, remember these episodes of our childhood. This is how our memory works trashing everything not need, not important, not significant. But these memories are not "trash", they help us to better understand our own children, remind us that we too caused a lot of troubles to the parents and teachers at school. The author of this book bravely recollects many episodes from his childhood, the past in which he not always looked like an exemplary person. The reader would wonder how he managed to keep these memories up to the minor details. The answer is in the book itself where the timeline sometimes is broken by glances into the future which is not possible without the past.