By Stephen C. Schultz “Old days - Good times I remember Fun days - Filled with simple pleasures Drive-in movies - Comic books and blue jeans Howdy Doody - Baseball cards and birthdays Take me back - To a world gone away Memories - Seem like yesterday” The first shadows of evening were starting to settle across the street. Summer was now in full swing and I was casually making my way to the corner filling station. I pulled to a four way stop and noticed what seemed to be a sister and her two brothers setting up a lemonade stand. It was obvious they had ridden their bike and scooters to the corner in hopes of making a little summertime spending money. The pitcher of lemonade sat proudly on the table while the oldest brother made his way to the corner with a sign reading; “Fresh Lemonade – 25 Cents” Oh…the innocence of childhood! As I sat at the stop sign, drifting back to days of my childhood , the song “Old Days” by Chicago coincidentally played on the radio.