Sunday Social – Younger Years

It’s Sunday Social day where Ashley and Neely post questions each week for people to answer on their blogs and a linkup. This week they’re getting deep.

1. What was your first car?
I started driving in 1996 and had a hand me down 1985 Chevy Cavalier.  It was a car, it mostly worked, I wasn’t picky.
2. Who was your favorite childhood teacher?
Does this include high school?  I’d say my gym teacher because she was also my volleyball coach and basketball coach.  Otherwise I guess my 3rd grade teacher because she was my friend’s mom.
3. Were you involved in any sports/extracurricular activities? Share pictures if you can!
Volleyball, basketball, track, softball (until high school), student council, prom committee, high school play (sophomore year)….I don’t remember what else – pretty much anything that was out there (unless it was musical, except for the play, which was a musical), but I only really cared about sports.  Oh, I was a cheerleader in 6th grade because my parents wouldn’t let me play football.  I could only find these pictures.  I’ve always had great hair, lol.  What I would do to be that skinny again and not have boobs….
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4. What was your favorite birthday party?
I think I had one in 7th grade that was a lot of fun.  We watched that creepy scene over and over again in Three Men and a Baby where the “ghost” is behind the curtain.
5. Who was your teen celebrity crush?
I remember I liked Kirk Cameron from Growing Pains, Robert Redford (he was already old, but I loved him), Alexei Nemov (russian gymnast), Michael Jordan, Matthew McConaughey (now he’s gross),  Jeff Bagwell (baseball player), Andre Aggasi, and James Dean (who was obviously dead already, but I had framed posters of him and his movies).  I had quite a varied taste.
6. What show/movie did your parents not allow you to watch?
I don’t remember them restricting up from watching much.  We didn’t have cable until I was in high school because we lived in the country and they couldn’t get a satellite signal, so they didn’t have to worry about much.  I remember sneaking into the back of the living room to watch part of a scary movie that my older sisters were watching when I was too young, but I don’t remember what movie it was or how long I watched it.

I’d love to hear your answers for Sunday Social in the comments – pick your favorite question! If you joined the linkup, let me know!

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