Friday, May 7, 2010

Who was your first crush?

My first crush was Stewart Zieglar, first grade. He was a red head. Remember I said I had a thing for redheads back in the day? He was the only boy that was as tall as me. We even had matching raised desks. Made me feel less awkward. I wouldn't meet another boy my height until I got to 7th grade! Do you know what that does to a girl?

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5 comments:

  1. Hi Katy! How are you? I wanted to answer your question about the bodybugg. Yes, that is actually a screen shot of my totals for the day. I try to post them daily (mostly) and it helps me track how much I am burning/consuming. Now, the cost is a consideration. My first one was a gift and then I upgraded to the latest model because they had a sale for prior model users. I got it for about $150. I think it is $9.95 a month to log your food but if you buy them in bulk it is cheaper/mo. It is an investment but it is a sound one to me because I know it works and it has helped me lose 60 lbs in the last 70 weeks. Hope that answers your question and let me know if you have more questions.

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  2. Hrm, first crush? Prolly a guy named Jim.. totally crushed on him for the last year or two of elementary school. He was brother of a friend of my sisters.

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  3. Ah God! My first crush was Armondo Martinez in 1st grade! So cute! Since that fateful, I've become the girl that has a crush on EVERY boy. Be nice to me, I LOVE YOU! Be mean to me, OH I LOVE YOU! I have no shame, really.

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  4. My first crush was Herby White. He was a surfer boy. Curly hair, rode his bike to school and ohhhhhhh made my 5th grade heart beat like crazy.
    I got to see Herby at my 30th reunion.
    Those curly locks are gone. Bald bald bald but still a surfer boy.
    Ahhhhhh..... thanks for the memories!

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  5. Lol, just came across your blog but I HAVE to answer this! Are you talking famous people or real life? My first famous people crush was Michael J Fox, I was about 10 and watched back to the future, got a book that came with a poster and used to kiss it every night. I think I wore his mouth out. In real life it was a boy named Robert Wells. I was 5 and I used to chase him around the kindergarten playground. Sad, but true.

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