Saturday, August 29, 2009

Small Talk Six: School Time

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Today’s topic is “6 things you loved or hated about school.” You can answer this with a list of 6 words, 6 phrases, 6 sentences, 6 paragraphs, 6 photos, 6 videos, etc . . .

1. I loved seeing my friends year after year.

2. I loved writing papers. (I'm a nerd like that.)

3. I hated having to get up early every single day!

4. I hated taking tests. They always made me anxious.

5. I loved playing sports throughout the school year: cross country, track, soccer, and softball.

6. I hated getting a bad grade. I was a straight A student, but I remember getting an "N" in 4th grade (for not satisfactory). I tried to hide it in my desk so my parents wouldn't see it.


I am Harriet said...

I didn't like the sports until I did not have to do them.

Have a great Saturday!

Unknown said...

I hated getting up in the morning!

Lucy said...

I love the last story. The N is 4th grade is killing me. Here are mine


Kelly said...

Oh I hated writing papers. Great List Happy STS.

Here's mine

Heather said...

I didn't like waking up early either. My alarm would never make me get out of bed, my dad had to drag me out every day. I still don't like getting up early.

Tena said...

great list... man not sure why getting up early didn't make my hate list, still hate it, lol

Susan York Meyers said...

I love writing papers too.

God Bless,
Author of Callie and the Stepmother

Anonymous said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Great list, I hated writing papers though. So bad I used to "panic". I also agree with getting up early. UGH

Lulu said...

Agree with you on #1

My entry

Maria@Conversations with Moms said...

Getting good marks can be a lot of pressure especially when you young and in the 4th grade.

You loved writing papers? I'm sure that came in handy.

Cascia Talbert said...

I was not an athlete nor did I get strait A's. But when the school year started I looked forward to seeing my friends again.