Monday, September 17, 2012

Show + Tell Monday {High School Memories}

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Time for another Show + Tell Monday! I love being able to learn about other bloggers and for you to learn a little more about me too. 

Tell us what kind of student you were in high school {popular, nerd, sport obsessed, choir, etc}
I was the good girl in high school. I was friends with everyone, played volleyball and basketball, and was involved in student council and the yearbook club. I was also voted Class Sweetheart my Senior year and graduated Salutatorian.
{I attended Freshman year, was home schooled Sophomore and Junior year [per my request] and then went back for my Senior year.}


Share with us some high school pictures. We know you have them somewhere. 
This is the only picture you're getting; my sister and I at graduation. I am not one to flaunt my high school chipmunk cheeks around the interwebs. I can already hear the conversation my sister is going to have with me. I'm in big trouble. 



Tell us about your school. Private? Public? How many in graduating class? Mascots? School colors? 
I attended a very small Christian school. Small, as in, I have a graduating class of 8. Eight! I wouldn't have had it any other way, though. We were the Falcons and unfortunately our colors were PURPLE and GOLD. See purple gown at graduation, above. The year after I graduated they changed the school colors to dark green and white.   


Tell us about some of your favorite memories of high school. Or what stands out the most? Any teachers? Specific classes?
Some of my favorite memories of high school are those that were made outside of the school setting. Spending time with friends, eating at Dairy Queen for lunch every single day, {a blue slushie with ice cream was my go to drink}, t.p.-ing, and skipping class {just once}.


Tell us a piece of advice you would pass on to your children or any child entering high school. 
 Have fun, study hard, and make memories. The four years fly by and then it's over. After graduation the time goes by even faster. Cherish true friendships. Stay true to the morals and values you were raised with. Keep God number one. 



1 comment:

  1. A graduating class of 8?!? That IS small!!! Wowzers!! I know u don't want to flaunt old pictures of yourself (I wouldn't either, lol) but I think both u and your sister look great!!!

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