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   Posted 1/13/2010 1:27 AM (GMT -6)   
I truly believe all of us here are exceptionally warm and loving people. Maybe it's what we've experienced in life that makes us appreciate the more tender things in life. But let's look back..this is brain exercise for many of was your first crush? This could be from when you were a very tender young child of 3 or 4 or maybe it's from your school years. Do you remember who it was???

I think my very first crush was when I was in junior high school. In the years before that I would prefer to pound the guys who were around as to think sweet thoughts of smilewinkgrin But in junior high there was this teacher who was ever so handsome!! I have no idea what I thought I would do if I ever caught his eye but he was just so romantically handsome. And I was all of 11 or 12 and he was really as old as my parents. They would have been about...oh, around 35-40. hahahaaa.... But the worst thing I finally realized was he and his wife were FRIENDS of my parents!! How can someone in their pre-teens think romantic thoughts when you are asked to babysit their kids???? It's so funny looking back at it now. I sure do hope I never did anything like 'stare' or look stupid as to give away my thoughts! shocked tongue

How about you guys??? Who was your first crush???
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   Posted 1/13/2010 6:03 AM (GMT -6)   
There was a boy named Joe in grade school that I thought was sooo cool. At recess I'd always rush out so I could get a swing beside him. That was as far as it went but he could swing really high and that was enough to impress me.
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   Posted 1/13/2010 1:07 PM (GMT -6)   
   I was in the Third Grade....and a little girl by the name of Brenda, caught my eye! She moved away soon after that, and I never saw her again. I still remember her like it was yesterday though. Right now Im married to my best friend Deborah...wonderful, and talented woman! I guess you could say she in an enigma! Never met a woman like her! :)

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   Posted 1/13/2010 2:25 PM (GMT -6)   
5th and 6th grades. A very sweet and very pretty girl named Ann. She moved away when I was in the 6th grade but I have a lot of fond memories of time spent in class with her and meeting on the weekends and roller skating or sitting with her during a movie at the theater.

Thinking back on things it was over her that I got into my 2nd fight. My first was over a bully stopping kids from playing in a small neighborhood park when I was in 1st grade, the 2nd was because some one was harassing Ann and I stepped up to be her knight in blue jeans. LOL.
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