Oct 29, 2013

Meme Time!

Our first meme.

Since the clocks get set back one hour this coming Sunday for the end of Daylight Savings Time, I thought we might step back in time as well!

The Back in Time Meme  

1.  What games were popular with you as a child?
      Any TV program that you looked forward to?


2. What subject rocked your world in school?

3. What subject did you really dislike, if any. Why?

4. What did you want to be when you grew up?  Did it happen?

5. Do you still keep in touch with old friends from school days?

6. If you could turn back the hands of time, would you go back in time?

7. What did you consider a good time when  you were a teen?

8. What or who influenced you most from your younger  years? Why?


 If you have ideas for meme subjects just let me know.
I hope these memes will give people things to post about on their own blogs and encourage visits by others.
It is important to keep the blogging community alive and well because it is a real community of friends and deserves attention.

My answers:
1. Candy Land!  I adored paper dolls too.
  As for television,   I really liked  Carol Burnett even in re-runs, Sonny and Cher  and  'Dallas'

2. I always liked languages and history  but I really liked  Phys. Ed the best.   We did archery and field hockey and tennis. It was the best and should have been a triple period in school!

3. I didn't really dislike anything but one Algebra class and that was because of a teacher who made things convoluted and difficult.

4. I wanted to be a jet pilot or a cowgirl.  I didn't become a jet pilot, but I did do barrel racing and raised quarter horses, so more of a horse girl than cowgirl.  The Gymkhana (equestrian) society I belonged to did give away Hereford cattle as prizes in  rodeos ,but, I don't think that qualifies as being a cowgirl even though I was the secretary.

5.I did. Have lost touch a  bit now but I have seen that many are living at the Jersey shore now.

6. Yes, I would like to go back in time if I could come and go back and forth as I pleased.
I enjoyed being a kid. I had a good time playing outside.  

7.  Being with friends, playing outdoors, barbeques with hot dogs or a pizza night!

8.  So many people.
I think it was the examples set by others that influenced me the most. When people live what they preach it has a great effect.

Can't wait to see your answers.

13 comments:

  1. Hi Annie, I love your meme and I will post in the next day or so since I just updated my blog. I already worked on it and it brought such good memories. Tag people and let them know you have a new meme game at your place. Just like the good ole days! Have a great week. Hugs

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  2. Hi Annie,
    Great meme. I will do it and post it sometime tomorrow :) Hope you have a wonderful evening. Hugs, Dru

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  3. Hi Annie!

    I loved your questions and answers. I never knew you lived in the west and did barrel racing and raised quarter horses -- wow! I always wanted to be a cowgirl because of all the westerns I watched as a child, but never left Brooklyn...lol...until I was almost 60! Too late to be a cowgirl but I did ride horses a few times and I love living in Colorado! If I can find some time I'll answer your questions on a blog post --I'm lucky to get one up every week since I've been taking care of my granddaughter during the day.

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  4. Loved this idea. Let me think
    1.Games..monopoly game of life I Dream of Jeanie and Dragnet
    2. Loved literature
    3. Hated math..was not good at it.
    4. Always wanted to be a nurse didn't make it..
    5. I go to all my class reunions and my best friend who lives in FL...we visit and talk on phone each week.
    6. Would not turn back the clock..enjoy each day as it comes.
    7. As a teen I enjoyed going most anywhere with my girl friends and dances at school'
    8. I had a teacher in school..Mr. Nethero...Business English and Law...he gave me the confidence I needed to excel

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  5. Hi Annie;
    I enjoyed reading your answers to your new meme. It was wonderful and amazing to know you were a real cowgirl who did barrel jumping and a real surprise. This is one reason why I love memes. You learn so much about your online friends. I copied the questions and will put them on my Sunday-Monday post. I'm calling it Annie's Meme and linking them back to this site. I hope you do a weekly meme. Have a lovely day ahead my friend. Hugs

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  7. Love the new meme, Annie. I'll be posting it as soon as I get back from card Bingo. Thanks.

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  8. Hi Annie, I just did your Meme at my blog. Thanks for some good questions. Hugs

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  9. Hi again Annie; I'm making the rounds to leave my new blog address & email. To delete my old gmail account I had to delete Countryside News too. Everything is is the same except the name & url. New site url : Town Village Notes http://townvillagenotes.blogspot.com ~ email: ladytonit@gmail.com
    Have a lovely day ahead my friend. Hugs

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  10. Hi Annie! Enjoyed reading you answers! It's amazing what you learn about people in this way... like who would've thought you wanted to be a cowgirl? :) I loved Candyland and Chutes & Ladders and Uncle Wiggly when I was really young. Will post my answers in a bit. Enjoy the weekend!

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  11. Hi Annie! Happy Nov. 1st to you! I love the blog answers and I think I'm going to borrow this blog meme from you since I don't have anything to really write about. lol Hope you're feeling well and hope you have a great weekend! Hugs

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  12. Hi Annie, hope you are well. Our weather is changing and I am aching. Feel my age for sure!
    Good news at my blog. :)

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  13. Happy Monday, Annie!

    I really enjoyed your answers to your new meme.
    Memes are such a nice way to know more about people. :)

    How brill that you did barrel racing and raised quarter horses!

    Have a happy Novembrrrrrr....

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