I stole this little ditty from Melissa.
first thing I do in the morning: give Dexter Morgan some smooches (Ry-guy is long gone for work), hit snooze, wait for the alarm to go off again.
first thing I do when i get home from work: Take Dexter Morgan for a walk. He's pretty well known around the 'hood, it nice for him to be able to see some friends.
my first kiss: oh gosh. I think it was....hmm... 6th grade with Andy A.
my first home: well the first home I remember as a child was a town home in St. Louis Park, MN. We lived there for a long time. Finally, the Summer before 7th grade, my Mama was able to purchase a home. We had to move schools, and I thought that would suck balls. Luckily, it didn't.
my first car: my first car was a '86 Honda Accord. It was blue and a stick shift. WOOT! I took my drivers test on a stick. fun fact. I really liked it. Someday I would love to be able to by another Honda. For now I'll stick with my SUV.
my first traffic violation: I was 24 or 26 (can't recall, this happens once you get older.), it was for speeding in Edina. I was trying to make it to the bank to deposit my paycheck in time for the weekend. Welp, that didn't happen and I ended up with a nice ticket. That was my first, and only. Jerkface didn't even give me a warning. BOO!
the first thing I wanted to be when i grow up: I really wanted to be a Princess, Miss America, or a sportscaster on ESPN.
my first drink of choice: ice cold water!
my first restaurant of choice: well it depends on if we're going fancy or casual. Fancy I would say Redstone. I love everything they have on their menu. Casual, hands down Which Wich. yummm!
first song that comes to mind: I always have the song "If I had a million dollars", in my head at work. I'm pretty sure my colleagues are so sick of hearing it. Or "Don't stop Believin", that's "our song". don't ask....
first major purchase: probably my car after the Honda accord. A '97 Chevy Cavalier, it was my dream car ( at the time). Only six short moths later, I totaled it.
first job: I worked at Blockbuster Video. It was amazing. It was the coolest job to have in the late 90's. I started off as a customer service rep, ended up (four years later) becoming a dual store manager. I ran two stores/staff, and customer complains. That was tough being so young. When I was 22 I quit to go to college.
first time I flew: when I was 6 years old my mom took us to Disney World for my birthday. It was the bomb.com. I loved every minute of it. I was lucky enough to go back for my 12,18, and 20th birthdays. I hope to get to go with Ry-guy and show him how fun Disney can be for adults.
first "big girl" job: The Blockbuster Store Manager job was a pretty "big girl" job. It was tough, being so young and trying to have a life, if someone called in sick I would have to drop everything and head into the store. Some weeks I would work 70-80 hours. Finally, I hired a great team of managers who made my life much easier.
Otherwise, I became an Admin for a local private career college. It was great experience. I hate the idea of private for profit colleges. They rip students off so bad. Thankfully the past couple years I've spent at public state Universities. The only way to go.