Saturday 9: Be True to Your School



1. What was your favorite subject in high school?

I did a composite subject for the first year, Intergrated Studies. We did needlework, home economics, typing as we got older, and I added shorthand. We did a business class one year, PE, maths, then I did the hardest maths. English, social studies, and different rotated sciences, we went from room to room every so many weeks. We did photography in science and I also did art and we did soldering once. It doesn't sound like much. In the last two years I did accounting, law, economics, statistics stuff like that. I have fond memories of all of them. I particularly liked developing the photos.

2. Do you watch reality shows? Which ones?

I am sure there are heaps. I used to watch Big Brother, then stopped. I missed the classic first season of Australian Idol (read Guy Sebastian and Shannon Noll) and was sorry. So despite not wanting to watch sometimes, I always do. I like Wife Swap USA much better than the UK one, and haven't seen the Australian one. I don't know if all the Wife Swap USAs are good or not.

I like UK Changing Rooms. I liked Frontier House, Outback House, (the sheep reminded me of my childhood). Love, love Supernanny particularly Supernanny USA. Sometimes I watch something like What Not to Wear. Selling Houses Australia, Mary Queen of Shops, and I like things like Wa$ted.

3. What's your favorite all time reality show?
So far Supernanny.

4. Do you feel "reality" shows are real or are they faked?
I am a bit sus about Australian Idol.

5. What did you look like when you were a teenager?
Part of the time I was long and lanky. Twice I got permed hair that I didn't really want.

6. Whose advice do you listen to?
I suppose my husbands.

7. How often are you sick?
I get tired, but not so much sick. Though each spring I seem to get a chest infection or something, in the last couple.

8. Do you like or dislike change?
Things change all the time around here. It is a little hard for me to change environments.

9. How many times in your life have you had a broken heart?
I think none?

Comments

I am Harriet said…
I love Wife Swap!
It assures me that I have done a good job :)

Have a great Saturday.
http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/11/how-many-times-in-your-life-have-you.html
Not ever getting your heart broken? Priceless...
The Book Resort said…
Wow! You had quite an interesting school schedule.

A bit "sus" @ Australian Idol, huh?

Here's mine:

http://thebookresort.blogspot.com/2009/11/saturday-9-be-true-to-your-school.html
Linda said…
There were a few tears over one person not sure if my heart was broken.
shopannies said…
I watch the nanny from time to time as well

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