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whatsdatgirl

London, KY

#1 Feb 14, 2009
Who was your favorite teacher in grade school and what do u remember the most about them?

Since: Nov 08

Manchester, KY

#2 Feb 14, 2009
whatsdatgirl wrote:
Who was your favorite teacher in grade school and what do u remember the most about them?
Gosh, I had a few. The two that sticks out most in my mind would be Ms.Fox and Ms. Vivian Smith. I'm not sure of Ms.Fox's first name. She has a son named Marcus though. They both taught at Lay. The two of them took time with all of us kids and made each one of us feel special and important in their own way. Ms. Smith had a store and she would always bring all of us candy and chips. If we were having a bad day Ms. Fox would pull us up to her desk and let us sit with her and she'd talk to us like an adult. That made us kids feel "BIG" lol Both of them are wonderful people and I often think of them and how they're doing now. Another one that comes to my mind is Marietta Doolin. She was also my teacher. Very nice lady too!
momoftween

Somerset, KY

#3 Feb 14, 2009
I had a few as well. Mrs Elliott, can't remember her first name, and Marietta Doolin, she was my English teacher at Lay. Both were very good and would help those of us that needed a bit more help comprehending the subject. Oh, and Mike Baker, he taught my history class. I remember him not for his teaching skills, lol but he never minded the joking and bs that went with a roomful of preteens and I didn't feel like an idiot in his class.
bvillegirl

Madisonville, KY

#4 Feb 14, 2009
My favorites were Bill Oxendine...Judith Hinkle...Gina Martin
TTT

Englewood, CO

#5 Feb 14, 2009
i had one who told me if i would lay them they would pass me. they sucked my balls so good and i did nothing for them i got passed anyways.

Since: Dec 08

Lexington, KY

#6 Feb 14, 2009
Mrs. Wanda Hudson from Flat Lick Elementary..she was my 2nd and 3rd grade teacher and was and has been my favorite teacher ever since..she finally retired when i was in, 6th grade, maybe? it broke my heart! all the children got to write her farewell cards and i will just never forget her..she was awesome!

Since: Dec 08

Lexington, KY

#7 Feb 14, 2009
TTT wrote:
i had one who told me if i would lay them they would pass me. they sucked my balls so good and i did nothing for them i got passed anyways.
ur gross...
jimminy

Bolivar, MO

#8 Feb 14, 2009
Dave Hammons was awesome

Since: Nov 08

Manchester, KY

#9 Feb 14, 2009
momoftween wrote:
I had a few as well. Mrs Elliott, can't remember her first name, and Marietta Doolin, she was my English teacher at Lay. Both were very good and would help those of us that needed a bit more help comprehending the subject. Oh, and Mike Baker, he taught my history class. I remember him not for his teaching skills, lol but he never minded the joking and bs that went with a roomful of preteens and I didn't feel like an idiot in his class.
what years did you go to Lay??
Spanish

United States

#10 Feb 14, 2009
I loved Ina Nau at Knox Central. She was wonderful.
momoftween

London, KY

#11 Feb 14, 2009
Country Girl 1978 wrote:
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what years did you go to Lay??
I graduated in 1984.. God, I think. LOL
TTTAB

Englewood, CO

#12 Feb 14, 2009
If you laid off those damn pills and alcohol, it wouldn't be that hard to remember. 1984 isn't that long ago. Unless, your an old bag, who had children later in life.
momoftween wrote:
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I graduated in 1984.. God, I think. LOL

Since: Nov 08

Manchester, KY

#13 Feb 14, 2009
momoftween wrote:
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I graduated in 1984.. God, I think. LOL
I graduated from there in 1992 lol

Since: Dec 08

Lexington, KY

#14 Feb 14, 2009
TTTAB wrote:
If you laid off those damn pills and alcohol, it wouldn't be that hard to remember. 1984 isn't that long ago. Unless, your an old bag, who had children later in life.
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thats 25 years, a quarter of a century ago..thats pretty long ago...
geeky chick

Englewood, CO

#15 Feb 14, 2009
mrs. wilma tye. wonderful biology teacher.
momoftween

London, KY

#16 Feb 15, 2009
TTTAB wrote:
If you laid off those damn pills and alcohol, it wouldn't be that hard to remember. 1984 isn't that long ago. Unless, your an old bag, who had children later in life.
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I don't do pills, but I've been known to kick back with a bottle of whiskey occasionally, not that it's any of your damned business! It was years ago dumbass.
momoftween

London, KY

#17 Feb 15, 2009
Country Girl 1978 wrote:
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I graduated from there in 1992 lol
LOL I was married with two kids!

Since: Nov 08

Greenbrier, AR

#18 Feb 15, 2009
momoftween wrote:
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LOL I was married with two kids!
LOL!! I loved Lay.
hey

United States

#19 Feb 15, 2009
Loved Betty Rhodes...those were the days!
info

London, KY

#20 Feb 21, 2009
Lori Miracle!

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