Sunday, August 25, 2013

Sunday Social

Sunday Social

Happy Sunday!!! We've got some more childhood questions again this week. Here we go!

1. What do you miss most about being a kid?
I miss just being carefree and not having any real worries. Kids never have to worry about finances, vehicles, cooking, fixing up the house, nothing! I hate that I wanted to be an adult so bad and now I wish I could go back to watching Saturday morning cartoons and playing outside with no worries of anything bad happening.

2. Did you have a nickname growing up? What was it?
Hmmm, I don't really think I did. My full name is Victoria, so usually family called me Vicki or Vick. My mom used to call me Vicki-Poo. :)

3. What was your favorite thing to do at recess?
I honestly don't really remember. I do remember when we were on the little kids side of the Elementary school, we used to play in these cement tunnel things. They are long gone now. What a shame!

4. What did you want to be when you grew up?
I really wanted to be a teacher or just a Mommy.

5. Did you participate in any school activities?
I was in band from 5th grade to my senior year. I played the flute and then started playing the oboe from 9th on. I was also a cheerleader my senior year.

6. What is the funniest thing you did as a kid that your parents still remind you about?
Well, I don't think it's too funny, but when I was 4 or 5, I was playing with a kernel of Indian corn and for some GRAND reason, I decided to stick it in my nose. I was crying so bad and so my parents rushed me to the Dr. and he removed it with tweezers. I'm a genius, I know. Kahle thinks this story is hilarious and he loves to tell it like he was there. Crazy kid!



  1. I'm with you on number 1! I totally regret wishing I was a grown up, if only! I still watch Saturday cartoons though, I'm not that grown up!

  2. I agree that I miss being carefree. I think I am the only person who didn't get something stuck up their nose growing up...maybe that means I have big nostrils?!

  3. Isn't it great how our parents can take something we remember as traumatic and make it a funny story? My mom stuck a penny up her nose and my grandmother still tells it and cracks up about it...LOL

  4. We can still be carefree ... we just have to get everything else done 1st ~ lol
    Visiting for Social Sunday ~ cute blog!!! :)

  5. Dropping in by way of the Link up and I totally miss being carefree and worry free. No bills, what's that like? And I can't believe I forgot to add that I always wanted to be a Mommy.. because I thought about that often. I used to tell everyone I Was born to be a mom.

  6. I am with you on #1. I want to go back to watching cartoons and riding bikes. Bills are for the birds.


  7. Wasn't this a FUN link-up this week?! LOVED being able to think back on my childhood and read on others, too - The lack of responsibilities is a big one for me too - how nice to live care free! We didn't know how good we had it! ;)