May 1, 2022

Sunday Stealing: Firsts

This week's Sunday Stealing is questions from Simply Sharon.
First Job: Factory worker

First Favorite Politician:  Jimmy Carter

First Record/CD:  The very first record I owned was a Christmas record of dogs barking Christmas songs.  I do not remember the first CD I owned.

First Sport Played: Baseball

First Concert: Roy Clark and Buck Owens a very long time ago.
First Foreign Country Visited:  None yet.

First Favorite TV Show: M*A*S*H 

First Favorite Actor: Don Johnson

First Favorite Actress: Drew Barrymore

First Boyfriend: Richie B.

First Encounter with a Famous Person:  I remember meeting a few NASCAR drivers when I was a kid, but I don't remember what year I met the first one.

First House/Condo Owned:  The one I currently live in.  I inherited my parents house after they did, but I don't think that counts.

First Film Seen: I cannot remember the very first one I saw. As a kid, my parents took my brother and I to the local drive-in theater often.  I remember seeing several Rocky movies there, and some Clint Eastwood movies.  I also remember seeing "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas".  LOL My mom thought I was asleep while she and dad were watching it....I was not.

First Favorite Radio Station: KTJJ (J8) that broadcast out of Farmington, Missouri. It was a county station.

First Book I Remember Reading: Beulah Land by Lonnie Coleman.  I was very young when I read this book as I was a quick learner and could read well by age 5. Mom didn't want me to read this book because she said it was for adults only.  I found where she hid it and read it anyway. 



4 comments:

  1. You were a fun kid, sneaking looks where you shouldn’t. How else were we to learn? lol Inheriting a house counts in my book. I doubt I would’ve ever owned one otherwise.

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  2. Inheriting counts. I too read a lot of things I was told not to. I read Wuthering Heights when I was 8. My teacher said it was too advanced for me, but I read it anyway.

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  3. Hee Hee HEE Haw Haw Haw--we watched it all the time when I was a kid.

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