January 19, 2019
Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This
feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types
of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we
will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past
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of us thieves!
Your high school graduation class of: 1960
1. Did you marry your high school sweetheart?
Nope. We didn't meet until college.
2. Type of car?
I never had my own car (still have never had my own car)
3. What kind of job?
During school years, probably only babysitting.
4. Where did you live?
In a flat in San Francisco.
5. Were you popular in school?
6. Were you in choir/band?
Choir, all four years.
7. Ever get suspended?
No. I was a good girl
8. If you could would you go back?
I loved high school, but would not want to go back. Growing up after
graduation to my current age was something I don't want to repeat!
9. Still talk to the person that you went to prom with?
Well, he's a Jesuit now and we still exchange Christmas cards but haven't talked
since I invited to have dinner with us many years ago.
10. Did you skip School ?
No. See #7.
11. Go to all the football games?
It was an all-girls school. No football.
12. Favorite subjects?
English and French.
13. Do you still have your yearbook?
I still have all four of my yearbooks...I was yearbook editor.
14. Did you follow the "original" career path?
No. When I graduated my plan was to enter the convent, but we postponed my
entry date and I ended up changing my mind.
15. Do you still have your class ring?
I think so.
16. Favorite teacher?
Sister Anne, my typing teacher. We remained friends until her death about
20 years ago.
17. What was your style?
18. Favorite Shoes?
19. Favorite thing to eat for lunch?
My mother made my lunch and it was usually a sandwich, some chips of some kind
20. Favorite band?
Didn't have one.
21. High School Hair?
Pretty much what it is now, only there was more of it and it wasn't grey.
22. How old when you graduated?