So on the first day of sixth grade (when I was almost eleven, for you non-Americans), every kid had to fill out this "time capsule" questionare about our interests, friends, family, etc. Then the teachers stored them for us until we were done with eighth grade (age thirteen) so we could see how much we'd changed. When I first got my questionare back I kind of just shrugged it off, but I've just found it again two years later and think it's hilarious! Seriously there were tears rolling down my face after reading some of these. And I just wanted to share, hope it makes someone smile. I'm going to try and keep as many of the original spelling errors as possible!
Favorite color: Blue
Favorite food: Chinese
Favorite movie/TV star: Hilary Duff
Favorite music group/singer: Carrie Underwood
Best friend: Lynn
Favorite store: Limited Too
When I grow up I want to be a(n): geologist or interior designer
What are your most cherished possesions and why?
- My cat because I got more responsibilitys when I got her
- My ballet slippers because they show that I can dance with grace
- My cello because it's great to play an instrument
I get angry when: my family ignores me
My idea of a good time is: when I'm with my friends and time fly because I'm having fun
I wish my parents knew: I'm mad at them for making me move
I hope I'll never: be held back in school
If I had one wish, it would be for: a chance to sing with Carrie Underwood
I often worry about: people talking about me behind my back
I wish people wouldn't: hurt animals
When I finish high school: I want to get a full ride college scholarship
My best friends would say that... I'm shy when meeting new people but when I'm with my friends, I braver.
The most important thing in my life is... to try to do my best so I can strive.
Hahaha, "so I can strive"? WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? Obviously times have changed a lot (I promise I'm not obsessed with Carrie Underwood anymore). But some things have stayed exactly the same over five years. Overall I'm just happy I got a little chance to reminisce!
Now question for you: When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?