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Back to School

1. What kind of school did you attend (Big? Small? Public? Private? Specialty? One-room schoolhouse?)
public schools

2. What did you wear to school (uniform? dress code? Whatever you wanted?) I don't remember a dress code being a big thing, I know there was one--I remember being able to wear pants for the first time in elementary school

3. How did you get to school? I rode bus 33 for most of my school years

4. Who was your favorite teacher? Why? I loved my elementary teachers! I don't really remember my middle school teachers, other than Mrs. Rand, my 7th grade homeroom and English teacher--she encouraged my reading

5. What was your favorite subject? Why? I loved reading and social studies classes

6. What was your least favorite subject? Why? phys ed and health classes

7. Did you belong to any clubs? I was in drama club and yearbook--by senior year I was president and editor respectively

8. Were you a picky reader? I loved Stephen King books and horror in general in high school

9. What did you do in your free time? listened to music, I was famous for making mixed tapes (my friends to this day ask me to make playlists for them)

10. Did you get good grades? yes

11. Did you like/participate in sports? I had a love/hate relationship with phys ed and most sports

12. Did you have a boyfriend/girlfriend in high school? my senior year I had a boyfriend who was not a high school student

13. When did you get your driver’s license? not in high school

14. What kind of kid were you? (Popular? Class clown? Shy? A nerd? Teacher’s pet?) I kind of floated among the groups but mostly hung out with my drama club friends

15. Who were your heroes? oh, lord, I was way too jaded to have heroes

16. Were you ever bullied? consistently about my weight

17. Did you learn how to touch type? yes!

18. Who was your best friend? (Are you still friends today?) I am Facebook friends with my high school besties

19. What is one thing you regret about high school? being a lazy student

20. What were you most proud about? marching to the beat of my own drummer


Stacy said...

I didn't think about it, but now that you mention it I think being a lazy student would be one of my regrets, too. I did well and graduated with honors, but wonder what might have been if I had actually put effort into it.

Cat. said...

I think a lot of kids feel like we float between groups rather than "fitting in" completely in one group or another.

I still feel that way, too, like I'm the bridge between the "youngsters" at work and the rest of the oldies.

zippiknits...sometimes said...

Everything about you seems to be pretty abnormal.. hehe Not!
I love that you were in drama club. Somehow it prepares you for life in ways that can't even be fully pinned down. I think it's having to learn to act a part maybe? "All the world is a stage".... etc

George would love you! What's the matter with him. He should have been over by now! Dolt. oops did I say that?

CountryDew said...

You remember your bus number? I am stunned, I tell you! Stunned! I can remember my drivers but not the bus number.