Monday, April 02, 2012

Friend Makin' Mondays

Weight Loss Blogger and all around awesome lady Kenlie does a fun post every Monday designed to learn more about others.  And since I've lots on my mind (but not so much that I can put on the blog yet) I thought I'd play along today.  And since it is all about when I was a kid it seemed like a very fun one to do!

When I was a kid…

  1. My parents told me…to stop picking on my little sister.
  2. I wanted to grow up to be a…astronaut, more specifically the first person on Mars.
  3. I refused to eat…tuna casserole.  I still don't like it even though I will now eat tuna.  *Shudder*
  4. My favorite thing to do outside was…neighborhood games of tag and others at dusk in the summer.  Also swimming.
  5. I broke my… nothing.  I've never actually broken a bone or anything.
  6. I liked to wear…whatever.  I wasn't too concerned with clothes.  That started when I got older.
  7. My parents always…tucked me in.
  8. I thought that Santa was…real until Kindergarten when my friend Maja from Norway spilled the beans.
  9. My favorite cartoon was...Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers
  10. I was the…oldest.
  11. I got in trouble when…I kicked in the screen door when I was mad and scared because I got home before my mom from school.
  12. My bedroom was…a place to read books.
  13. My favorite food was…ribs.
  14. My parents always made me…do my chores.  How mean! (Now I'm wondering at what age little goat can start doing work around the house!)
  15. My first crush was…My first real crush was Josh Price in 6th grade.  He was geeky, played trumpet like me, wanted to be an astronaut too and was so sweet.  He was Mormon so it never would have worked out, but I harbored a flame for him for years.
  16. My favorite toy was…My Breyer horses
  17. I thought school was…so much fun, except spelling.
  18. My biggest fear was…tornadoes.
  19. My favorite story was…Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Hobbit, and any of my mother's books.
  20. My favorite memories…Camp Onaway, Family Reunions in MI, learning to play Sheepshead with my family, game nights, etc.  I had a really lovely childhood.
If you want to play along to please add your link to Kenlie's post and then visit other blogs and say hello.  Or just tell me your answers in my comments too!

I hope to be back tomorrow with something concrete about what's going on in this head of mine!

1 comment:

Debs - said...

I collected Breyers from about age 7 until age 19. Then I just sold them one day. About 70 of them. I can;t even remember why I sold them, but I did. I had some really beautiful ones too, a lot of limited editions. Some guy came and got them for his wife.