Sunday, September 7, 2008

Noah Admits His Error

So apparently Noah's best subject was not math. I got good grades in math, but I'm one of those "use it or lose it" people. I've lost it, folks! My favorite subject has always been English because of the reading. Geography was the one I struggled with the most and liked the least. What is/was your favorite subject? Your liked favorite?

BTW: Thursday I hit post number 100. Keeping with the custom of the land, I have a giveaway. If you haven't yet thrown your hat into the ring, check it out.

BTW #2: Tomorrow is Blue Monday! Remember to come and log in with Mr. Linky after you've posted.


Jeanne said...

Good morning Sally, My favorite was English and History. I guess that is why I love to read historical novels so much. Smile.

I posted Blue Monday as a reminder for you. Have a blessed Sunday.


Anonymous said...

My favorite was always English, too. My dad was an English/Latin teacher, and language was a big part of our lives. Somehow I missed geography, and I'm still not good at it! Due to good teaching, my math is still pretty competent except for story problems.

nikkicrumpet said...

I'm with you...I am math challenged to the max! If it wasn't for calculators I'd be hopeless...and if you can't do it on a calculator...then i'm DOOMED! Have a great day!

Dawn said...

Good morning Sally. One of my favorite subjects was math. The other one was English. Science was my downfall!

I hope to see you tomorrow for Blue Monday. I have to get my "act together" by the end of the day to get it done.

take care,

Anonymous said...

My favorite subject was science but oddly enough I hated Math. I used to love to do those little chemistry equations. I thought they were fun but basic math yuk! I hated history in high school but loved it in college. English lit was another favorite of mine. I guess you couls say I'm a well rounded girl LOL

Justine said...

Ick, I absolutely hate math of any kind! I guess English would have to have been my favorite subject, if I even had a favorite! LOL! I just know that number bore me and I don't understand them. I can barely measure something correctly!

Justine :o )

Grandma Faith said...

I was one of those kids who liked all the subjects. Guess that's why I became a teacher. I enjoyed teaching math the most. I want to play Blue Monday again this week. Thanks and hae a great day.

Shelia said...

Good afternoon, Sally! Oh, I think I liked English too. I loved to read and write. You'd never know it today! lol I loved choir, but I don't think choir qualifies as a subject!! I'm covering my eyes and ears! I don't wanna hear about no more storms ~ how'd ya like that English, Smiling One!!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Justine said...

Ooh girl, you would understand why after years of having long hair I gave up on it. One, my hair is SO thick it's like wearing a blanket on my head and in this FL heat, it's unbearable. Two, it's not curly but very wavy. I've got this weird thing where about 1/3 of my hair is wiry (like pubes) and the rest of my hair is fairly straight. ALL of it coarse. Nope, much easier this way!

Justine :o )

Cathy said...

Hi, Sally, Well, math was my favorite, and I guess history or science the least favorite.

Anonymous said...

Mine was English as well. PE (I think that's 'gym' in American ;-) ) was definitely my least favourite.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear Noah! Now thats a problem.

My favourite subjects were English and Biology. I liked to learn about the bugs and animals and what they were made of. I loved reading and writing stories and poetry.

I hope you had a great day.

Killlashandra said...

I don't even know what a cubit is now. ;)

Geometry was my absolute least favorite class. To this day that subject still does not make sense to me.