Tuesday's Question- Do you remember your first kiss?

Hello everyone. It's time for A Nice Place In The Sun's 'Tuesday's Question.' 

Are you ready? If not, put your thinking cap on...come on, if I can remember, you can.

Here's the story of my first kiss:  

I remember mine, which is amazing, because most of the time I can't even remember where I left my reading glasses. Anyway, I was in the sixth grade, and I had a huge crush on a boy who I can actually remember, but I do not want to post his name. Our classroom had what they called a 'Reading Center,' away from our desks, somewhere in the back of the classroom. This where I spent most of my time, regardless of what else was going on in class. I haven't the slightest idea why our teacher let me get away with spending the year away from my desk, in the 'Reading Center,' but I'm glad he did.

Well, one day to my surprise, my crush joined me in the reading center. Usually, I was the only one there, and I knew he wasn't a big reader. He started coming everyday, and then it happened- My first kiss-

A passionate one too, it was fantastic! Then came the consequences, our teacher caught us, brought us to the principle's office, and called our parents. I was grounded for the rest of my life.

Well, not for the rest of my life, although given the fact that I certainly didn't wear make-up in the sixth grade, my mother didn't let me use any until I graduated from high school. And I think it was due to my first kiss- But it was worth it.

O.K. Now it's your turn, I want to know my readers, so please tell me and others about your first kiss by leaving a comment. Thanks for taking the time to read this post, and for stopping by A Nice Place In The Sun. I hope you had fun, fun, fun. Oh yeah, don't forget to let me know what song is in your head today. Mine's posted right next door. Thanks again-


Sandee said...

I don't remember my first kiss. In fact it took a lot of kisses for one to be worth it in the first place. I've thought and thought and thought and nope. I don't remember a first kiss.

Have a fabulous day. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

Grace said...

Song in my head today - Ooh Poo Pah Doo Part 1 - Jesse Hill

"Annie" said...

Sandee, you're great. Thank-you, for thinking and thinking, and thinking...

And you have a great day too!

Big hugs back to you!

"Annie" said...

Laughing...Hey Grace! Now I have your link, sooo...you know what that means?

I'll be by to aggravate you soon.

I'm so happy to hear from you again, and thanks for commenting.


Suzette Standring said...

First kiss! I was 15 1/2 and bumping along on the back of a red pickup truck with this boy who really liked me. When we got to my house, I was about to jump off the back and he grabbed my face and laid a sweet tender kiss on my mouth. I was dazed long after he and his friend drove off.

Dawn Drover said...

I don't remember it but apparently the boy I kissed can recall it clearly... I think I was 4 lol

Song stuck in my head today:
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - Ed Sheeran "I See Fire"

It's posted here:

Have a wonderful day!

"Annie" said...

Laughing...That was sweet and funny Suzette. Thank you for answering Tuesday's Question.

And for stopping by A Nice Place In The Sun.

I'm sorry, I'm late responding...I had a computer man in my home for a few days, so my internet was off for awhile.

I hope you have a great day! (Everyday)

"Annie" said...

Dawn, laughing,and I thought I was young...

Thanks for posting the song in your head. I loved it!

I'm sorry I'm late with my respond, I was tortured by a computer man in my home for a few days, my internet connection was off-

Have a happy day!

Luv's Ya-

"Annie" said...

Suzette, I love your website, but I wanted to leave a comment, but I couldn't find them. I've just started building a website, so perhaps there isn't a place to post comments.

But, I hope you read this because I am so impressed with your credentials. You must be constantly working. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know-

Have a fun day!


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