Friday, August 29, 2008

My First Time

I got this from From Sarah Elizabeth @ Jacks, Yurman, & Bobby Brown


I read her blog where she listed 'firsts'.

I thought it would be fun to take a ride down memory lane. And this is what i came up with:


I first walked at 13 months.


My first real kiss was outside of the movie theater in this beautiful park. Too bad it was a slobery kiss... eewww... grosss...


My first real break-up was with this kid Kevin.. I just thought he wasn't cute anymore...


My first trip out of the country was to the Spain, I was 14.


The first time I moved was when I was 2 months old.


My first love was Giovanni, my high school boyfriend that I dated for 4 years. Or at least I thought it was love. It's not the same feeling that I have now for Brian though... This feeling is more of a 1st love, true love feeling.. Brian is my real 1st love! I thought Giovanni was my 1st love until I felt what real love was like...


My first car was a purple saturn SC2.


My first pet was a car named Inky.. He lived for 19 years and slept on my bed every single night until i left for college...


This was my first cell phone number was 908-720-7201

The first time I went to a strip club was in high school!


The first time I got my heart broken was at the age of 16, but I too returned the favor...

The first time I had sushi in college, Erika and I went to a Japanese Restuarant and walked out cause it was not what we had in mind!

I met my first best friend in 1st grade.. We were best friends until high school..

The first time I had an oyster was NEVER... And i love seafood! I just can't get down with the rawness..

My first job was as a lifeguard at the age of 15.


My first experience with death was that of an aquaintance in high school. She had been drinking underage and got hit by a car on the Garden State Parkway after fighting with her father... It was really sad and very shocking!

What are some of your 1sts?

11 comments:

Auburn Kat said...

I LOVE this post! I might just have to post this today!

Havea great wknd!

Momma On The Go said...

Fun! I might have to post this one!

Christy said...

Great post! I might steal this idea.

Amanda. said...

It's fun to think back
on all your firsts!

Um.

I'll probably take this
at some point...so I'm
saving my firsts for
that. :o) Haha.

And isn't it crazy about
first love...or what you
think is first love...and
how different loving another
person feels?

La Petite Belle said...

this is cool. the first time i traveled outside my country i was 3 months old (I think it was to the US), my first kiss was a total mess, I ended up with a bump on my forehead, haha

Katelin said...

i love that your first car was purple, haha, awesome.

my first kiss was around a bonfire and it was pretty slobbery too, haha.

:)

SF said...

I loved "my first breakup...I didnt think he was cute anymore" aww the innocent times...

melanie said...

That was soooo fun! I'm going to have to steal this one some time.

EP said...

I love this post! My first time eating oysters was this past spring at a bachlorette party. We had grilled oysters. Their texture was still gross. :/

Steph Corwin said...

This is so fun, I'm starring it and hopefully I'll remember to post this week sometime. This seemed so fun!

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