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User Topic: Getting to know eachother - Part 2
StillLivin
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Default  Posted: 10:59 PM, May 24th (Saturday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in?
I was good at all distance runs...still am.

2. What was your favorite subject in school?
Biology

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school.
We were very poor. Some girls decided to make fun of me in the lunch room for only owning 2 pair of jeans.

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .)
Mixture. I was nice and not a snob, so I got along with most people in all groups.

5. What foreign language(s) did you take?
I speak Spanish, some Ukranian, but I took formalized German classes after HS.


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Posts: 2332 | Registered: Aug 2013 | From: AZ
musiclovingmom
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Default  Posted: 11:44 PM, May 24th (Saturday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. The multi-legged race. Our teachers thought it was fun to watch more than two of us tie legs together and try to run. I think 6 people was the biggest. I was really good at organizing our class team and making everyone practice. We almost always won simply because we had a plan and didn't just topple all over each other.

2. Band. Definitely band.

3. My senior year, our band director decided to have us march with odd spacing (3 people in between each yardline instead of having a person on every yardline and two in between). To help us get used to the change, he marked exact spacing on long pieces of 1" PVC pipe. I was section leader and one of my jobs was to run the 'pacing pole' through our section so everyone was spaced correctly. But, I'm clumsy. I tripped over my own feet on our asphalt practice field. When I hit the ground, the end of that 5 yard piece of PVC pipe did too. I stayed on the ground. The pipe sailed through the air making sure that all 120 members of our band saw me.

4. Band geeks. But, our school was small (graduated 150), so I knew everyone. I spent a lot of time with the FFA and 4-H kids. And our 'gifted' kids had been lumped into the same classes since grade school. I had a group of church friends. I still see a lot of the people I graduated with at least weekly. Our kids are all growing up together now.

5. Spanish. 2 years. I wanted to take French, but it conflicted with my honors and music classes. About the only thing I remember is that we didn't take year two very seriously. We spent most of the year trying to say certain popular phrases in Spanish. The most memorable 'muestrame el dinero' (yeah, Jerry McGuire was popular then). Also, we were required to take a year and they recommended anyone on a university track take two or more.


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DixieD
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Default  Posted: 9:20 AM, May 25th (Sunday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in?

Skipping school that day and going drinking instead. I made that into an event any day and I was good at it.

2. What was your favorite subject in school?

Creative Writing and Art

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school.

In HS, I was talking to a cute guy friend not realizing that Aunt Flo came to visit and her presence was very easy to see in the position which I was sitting. At one point during the conversation his eyes kinda of bugged out of his head (I didn't realize till later why that happened), so I know he noticed, but he said nothing about it at the time or later. That wasn't really surprising because he was always a nice guy. I was still horrified though and didn't want to face him the next day. I was more cautious about the positions I sat after that.

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .)

Party/Troublemaker types for the most part. By the end of HS I knew and talked to most of the groups in the school and could find something in common with just about any of them.

5. What foreign language(s) did you take?

French. A trip to Montreal has inspired me to try to learn it again.


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Default  Posted: 10:05 AM, May 26th (Monday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in?
I was terrible at pretty much anything that required physical coordination. But ask me to coordinate handing out juice boxes and I was a star.

2. What was your favorite subject in school?
English.

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school. By 7th grade, I had been madly in love with Mickey Norse (name changed to protect ... everyone) for four years. One day my best friend Megan and I were talking in the hallway, and she (very) loudly called me "Mrs. Norse" --- while Mickey was standing just three lockers away. He turned around and looked at us. I ran into the bathroom crying. Today we're facebook friends and have zero interaction. He's married and went bald at 26. I'm divorced and happy.

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .)
Fine Arts B was what we were called in the "geography" we had to do for my senior year of high school. The whole class had to work together to map the social strata of our class (300+ students). Every single clique was mapped, and people were placed into or between cliques by name. It was pretty intense.

5. What foreign language(s) did you take?
Four years of Spanish, three years of French. Neither helped when I moved to China, where I studied Mandarin full time immersed for two years.

[This message edited by Amazonia at 10:06 AM, May 26th (Monday)]


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Default  Posted: 12:48 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in?

I was shot put champion.

2. What was your favorite subject in school?

Writing. Always.

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school.

Oh, too many to count, most of them had to do with the fact that I hit puberty younger than my classmates (5th grade)... lots of embarrassment there... thinks "shower scene from the movie Carrie"...

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .)

I was a total loner when I was young (unless I was playing sports with the boys, but few of them were actually my "friends". In high school I was one of the punk rockers/stoners/drama kids.

5. What foreign language(s) did you take?

Espanol.

[This message edited by Want2help at 12:48 PM, May 28th (Wednesday)]


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katiescarlett
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Default  Posted: 1:20 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in?
None. I played other sports but running and field events were not a strong point.

2. What was your favorite subject in school?
history

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school.
We were carving with ivory soap and I had a bad skin reaction to that particular soap. For the rest of the year there was a rumor that I was allergic to all soap and never bathed with any soap and that's why I smelled bad. This was 4th grade.

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .)
Mixed bag. One teacher told me I was "semi-goth" I had some preppy friends, goth friends, jocks.
5. What foreign language(s) did you take?
Spanish


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MovingUpward
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Default  Posted: 1:27 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Welcome katiescarlett to our sharing. Your 4th grade year sounds traumatizing. Glad that you made it through.


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Posts: 52586 | Registered: Jun 2007 | From: Big Blue Nation
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Default  Posted: 1:29 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

copy and paste DixieD's answers as all but #5 are exactly what I would have written .. we were probably friends in high school!


5. What foreign language(s) did you take?

Spanish. I was so horrible at it (the part of a normal brain that lets you learn foreign languages...mine is missing, or burned out from my extracurricular activities ) that the teacher told me to just sit in the back of class, be quiet, and she would pass me with a D. good enough for me .


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sudra
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Default  Posted: 2:15 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

1. If your school had a track and field day, what was your best event? If it didn't then which event do you think you would have been best in? No idea... something very short!

2. What was your favorite subject in school? Any kind of composition or literature or writing.

3. Tell something embarrassing that happened to you at school. Asked a boy to prom in front of several others. He was already going with someone else.

4. How would you classify your friend group in school? (Jocks, braniacs, band folks, Preppy, . . . .) Theater and music folks

5. What foreign language(s) did you take? Spanish.


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DixieD
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Default  Posted: 7:44 PM, May 28th (Wednesday), 2014View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Unfound, if we weren't we should have been!

I can take your answer for #5 and replace Spanish with Math and it works for me too.

Welcome Katiescarlett.

[This message edited by DixieD at 7:45 PM, May 28th (Wednesday)]


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