Wednesday, May 15, 2013

WWTK-School Edition

Wednesday means We Want To Know.  And this Wednesday, I am field tripping with Turbo, so may not get it linked up with Kensie and Scriptor.  But I'm playing along just the same.

1.) How were you as a student? I was a good student, not quite straight As, but close. I would have been identified as a bookworm nerd in school. Even then, I was good with the trivia. Came from all the reading.

2.) What was your favorite subject and did you excel in it? In high school, I enjoyed everything but math, and I still did pretty good in that too. I didn't really excel at any one thing, but was generally good at all of it.

3.) What - if any - is your fondest school years memory?  From high school, probably my junior year. I was involved in swimming, speech team (Forensics, but not the criminal kind), and the drama group.  It was a good year.

4.) Did you attend college and if so, how was that experience? I went from high school to college.  I like college far more than I did high school. I fit better there.

5.) Would you go back to school - be it in person or online - if you could? (Or to earn another degree?) I have a bachelor's in history, and a bachelor's in Geology.  That is enough school for me.  I don't think there is a Master's in my future.  I just don't want to study or research that hard.

Now you grab the questions and play along.
Link up with Kensie and Scriptor.  They would love to have you join in.
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  1. I often have students ask how I know so much random info and I tell them reading... and TV! LOL. But that's probably not the best answer.

  2. I hear ya on the not wanting to go back for more schooling. I am way over that, too :-)

  3. It seems I'm always going back to school but after my masters it has been continuing education classes for me. Then I don't have to worry about the grades but I get to learn something new.

  4. It's so much easier to "fit" in college... I remember trying so hard to fit in and be cool in high school - and then, when I got to college, I was surrounded by people who were embracing being different. There was so much more acceptance.

  5. Our answers are quite similar. I was also on the speech team! I am finding it quite interesting that a lot of people who did this, it is the clubs that they were involved in that are their favorite memories, shows the importance of belonging to something.

  6. Math did me in every time.. Not a huge fan.

  7. I totally had you pegged for Straight A's. I loved math! I took it just for fun in college. My advisor thought I was crazy. lol

  8. I just knew that you would have been a good student.

  9. Hey, Sweetie! Long time, no see! I'm trying to get back in the habit of blogging. I was a forensics and debate coach in the nineties! ;P

    I pictured you as an over-achiever ;P

    Ricki Jill


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