as you may or may not know, i am in the process of painting and decorating one of our spare rooms. i am a little bummed because i lost my “before” pics in the camera/memory card fiasco yesterday…so now my “after” pics won’t show you the transformation =( but while going through all of my junk, i came across a “book about me” that i made when i was eight years old (that would be 1983-woah). these pics are from that book.

the eight year old me answered the following questions:

favorite book: the giving tree…still love it, btw.

favorite tv show: three’s company…”come and knock on our door…we’ve been waiting for you”…lol…how do i still know the words to the theme song?!?!

favorite movie: blue lagoon…my husband thought that was a racy movie for an eight year old…um, i also saw fast times at ridgemont high when i was little so i would say blue lagoon was pretty tame in comparison! hey, don’t judge…i turned out ok! =)

nicest dream: owning a hello kitty store.

who i would like to look like: apparently i wanted to look like the girl in the last pic. maybe i should bring back the side pony and matching puffy painted shirts & shoes??? =)

i wonder: how old god is???

if i could call the president i would say: why isn’t there a girl president???


if i could be any person in the world i would be: BOY GEORGE’S SISTER….lol, lol, lol!!!! as juno would say…DREAM BIG. =)

5 Comments ( Reply )

  1. Shasie
    May 05, 2011 @ 8:49 am

    How fun! It’s so nice to look back at stuff we have done when we were younger

    Live Life in Style

  2. Fashion Momma
    May 05, 2011 @ 9:51 am

    Boy George’s sister? Wow, lady. Impressive dreams. 🙂 And now you’re Eeps’ momma! 🙂 Much better, I’m guessing?

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  3. Felicia
    May 05, 2011 @ 4:07 pm

    Hilarious! Boy George’s Sister?!! lol The Giving Tree was and also still one of my favorites as well. Blue Lagoon was my favorite as a child as well! So funny, I can’t even count the number of movies I saw too young now looking back…I used to watch Cheech & Chong all the time?! It was so funny to watch the Blue Lagoon as an adult after many years and wonder what I must have thought was going on in some of those racy scenes! 🙂

  4. lexi
    May 07, 2011 @ 8:44 am

    I just discovered your blog and I am in love!

    xox Lexi
    Glitter & Pearls

  5. two birds
    May 12, 2011 @ 9:16 am

    those are some pretty deep answers for an eight-year old…but then again, you were watching racy movies, so maybe you were just a super grown up eight-year old! =)