Welcome to the September Of Books Giveaway Hop, which I co-host with Lonna @ FLYLēF!
I will be giving away these lovelies!! US only I’m afraid, because money sucks. (Unless you want to pay the extra shipping, that’s up to you!) Also, I have read and liked both of these, so extra yay!
I was the only kindergartener in my tiny country school.
My memory of the first day of school in high school. I had never been in a school with more than one floor, so when my room was in 201 I didn’t realize that meant it was on the second floor. So the first day I was late for class and got detention even though I explained I got lost.
My mom used to write little notes on my school lunch napkins (like “I love you” or “You’re so smart”) throughout elementary school. Even though it would’ve been profoundly uncool and I probably would’ve been teased even more because of it, I wish she’d kept doing it in middle school and high school, because little positive reminders in the middle of the day are AWESOME.
In first grade, I got lost on the first day and sat down in the 4th grade classroom. After wondering why my classmates were all bigger than me, the teacher kindly escorted me two doors down.
The first day of 8th grade was my 13th birthday. I even remember the outfit that I wore.
liked meeting new students
I remember meeting my best friend in first grade. She tickled my feet.
I changed schools about every 6 months until I started high school.
I used to sit with my besties since the first day of high school.
I was so nervous my first day of high school I threw up on the walk there!
I would always get in trouble for reading at my desk.
I will always remember my third grade teacher she was so nice and funny !!!
I was in school with all the same people from second to eighth grade. It was great, I made some lifelong friends. 🙂
It’s been a long time since I was in school. The best memory is when my grandmother brought her pet cougar to school for show and tell. She actually stayed outside the building, but she walked Socrates around in front of the windows for all of the classes. It was pretty cool. Socrates stayed in our house when he visited.
In elementary school the library was my favorite place. I would love to visit again and see how much it’s changed.
I remember my 5th grade teacher reading out loud to us. It was one of my favorite parts of the day.