Writing lovely, fierce & deep

The angriest you ever were at your parents

Start with childhood - many of our earliest memories are printed indelibly, while we can’t remember what we ate for breakfast today.
Our childhood informs the people we are today. Write two pages, without stopping. Include sights, sounds
Smells, tastes, touch and sixth senses
Anyone who has lived through childhood has plenty of material to write about
- Flannery O'Connor

The angriest you ever were at your parents? How did you feel and do you feel the same now?