Week 42: Favorite School Subject

Originally Published:  November 10, 2011.

I have always loved learning.  I like learning new things!  I don’t really know that any one was my favorite subject.  My two favorites were probably math classes and English classes.

I like to read!  This is something that my parents started when I was a little kid.  They gave me books when I was a really little kid.  I could read before I started Kindergarten!  When I was a kid, I would read books about animals mostly.  Later, I read the Laura Ingalls Wilder series.  After that phase, I started reading mysteries especially Agatha Christie novels.  Now, I read romance novels especially Nora Roberts and Lynnsay Sands.

The other favorite subject was math.  I have always loved numbers.  I like that they always function the same way.  1 plus 1 always equals two and it always will!  This is somehow comforting to me.  I like that math is something that you can COUNT on!

I was always good in school.  I never had problems with my grades and I have always been one of those people who just got the answers in school.  Maybe math and reading are my two favorites because I seem to be equally good at the two sides of my brain.  When I took the SAT, I scored equally well on both the verbal and the math sections.   Apparently this isn’t usual but it stayed the same for me even when I re-took the test!

Week #42 – Favorite School Subject

Week 42. Favorite School Subject. What was your favorite subject in school and why? Was it also your best subject?

This challenge runs from Saturday, October 15, 2011 through Friday, October 21, 2011.

52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History by Amy Coffin is a series of weekly blogging prompts (one for each week of 2011) that invite genealogists and others to record memories and insights about their own lives for future descendants. You do not have to be a blogger to participate. If you do not have a genealogy blog, write down your memories on your computer, or simply record them on paper and keep them with your files.