Let's ask ourselves some questions.
1. What was the worst date you ever went on? When I was in college I met this guy at orientation. He asked me out to dinner, so I went. He took me back to his house to watch tv. It was a perfectly innocent date, but there was a mouse in his house and I was already freaked out to be in a guy's house that I just met. I was so ready to go home. I never went out with him again.
2. How was the nicest date you ever had? It would probably be with my husband, but it was our first date. He took me to a really nice restaurant and then we went to the theater. I believe we saw Music Man. We both love the theater. We were able to get dressed up and we had fun.
3. Where did you grow up and how did you like it? Are you far away from there now? I grew up in a town called Reeds Spring. I loved it there. We were close to Table Rock Lake and it is so pretty there. I live about 20 minutes away from there, but I work in that town as a teacher, so I am there almost everyday. My mom still lives there too. This is a picture from the area I grew up in.
4. What did kids do for fun and dates you were young? We mostly went to dinner and a movie for dates. We would go cruising in Branson with friends for fun. We also went boating on the lake. Branson is a fun town to do things at and also Silver Dollar City, which is where Josh works. It is a theme park. Lots of fun and lots of things to do.
I still live in the same area I've lived all my life. I see you do too. I don't think I'd ever want to move away.ReplyDelete
Loved your answers. YOUr date date does sound rather creepy. And your great date sounds wonderful. He does sound like a keeper!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful place to grow up Lori. I can relate to your creepy date. It's funny what things can creep us out sometimes.ReplyDelete
I loved your answers. I still live close to where I was brought up.ReplyDelete
You grew up near a pretty lake, too! This was a fun meme! I enjoyed reading your answers, Lori! xoReplyDelete
Very pretty country where you grew up. Enjoyed my visit, happy Tuesday 4!ReplyDelete
I still live where I grew up--the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina. I am a retired elementary school teacher and loved your blog.ReplyDelete
I still live in the Blue Ridge Mountains where I grew up. I'm a retired elementary school teacher and enjoyed your blog a lot.ReplyDelete