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   Posted 1/12/2010 11:27 PM (GMT -7)   
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 6:15 AM (GMT -7)   
It was in the fifth grade and his name was Stanley.  One day after school, I decided I would follow him to see where he lived.  This was YEARS ago when kids still walked to school and it didn't matter how far.  Anyway, I stayed a safe distsnce behind him, trekked through the woods and when I found myself ankle deep in pig manure, I gave it up.  My mother about killed me for ruining my new saddle shoes.  It's funny the things you remember when you are a fibromite.  Can't remember what I watched on t.v. last night but can recall this like it was yesterday...
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   Posted 1/13/2010 6:25 AM (GMT -7)   
My first crush was a boy who lived down the street, four years older than I was - he carried my books home from the bus stop, and we went for walks in the woods and waded in the lake in the forest that flanked the neighborhood. He wasn't my boyfriend as we usually had another couple of people there, but I adored him from the age of six onwards. (I still do!) It was a lovely experience having a guy for a good friend at that age instead of a boyfriend. Then we drifted as friends - a 4yr gap at that age is like forever! When I was still in middle school he dropped out of high school and joined the military, got his college degree and moved back home eight years later. I keep hoping to run into him someday!
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   Posted 1/13/2010 9:39 AM (GMT -7)   
I was only 6, but thought Ricky Nelson was the cutest guy ever. My family watched
Ozzie and Harriet every week and I couldn't wait to see Ricky. I wanted to grow up and
marry him. He was so dreamy!
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   Posted 1/13/2010 10:03 AM (GMT -7)   
I think my very first crush was a kid named Michael Mossberg. We went to school together. I was in like the third grade. We were always really good friends. He was a sweet guy. We always hung out together. I never told him I had a crush on him. I really liked him a lot. But, in the third grade, I didn't really know how to explain how I was feeling. We had gone to school together since Kindergarden. I still remember him. Funny the things we remember. Most days I can't remember what the date is, but I remember having a crush on this guy.
Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. Dr. Seuss

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   Posted 1/13/2010 2:02 PM (GMT -7)   
My first crush was on Andy in the fourth grade.  We had just moved to Georgia from Indiana and I thougt his southern accent was great.  We ended up going through school together all the way through 12th grade.  As we got older he turned into a bit of a thug, so luckily it was never more than a crush.

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   Posted 1/13/2010 6:32 PM (GMT -7)   
When I was three I had a crush on the son of some of my parent's friends. His name was Buster.
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