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Welcome to Take Two of October’s Secret Subject Swaps. This week 12 brave bloggers picked a secret subject for someone else and were assigned a secret subject to interpret in their own style. Today we are all simultaneously divulging our topics and submitting our posts.


Here are links to all the sites now featuring Secret Subject Swap posts.  Sit back, grab a cup, and check them all out. See you there:                            Baking In A Tornado                    The Sadder But Wiser Girl                       Evil Joy Speaks                      100lb Countdown                    Follow me home . .                          Menopausal Mother                              Dinosaur Superhero Mommy            Stacy Sews and Schools              Discovering Me                                      It’s Yummilicious                                  Dates 2 Diapers                       Confessions of a part-time working mom

What was your favorite thing to imagine as a child?

It was submitted by:    

I was an only child so I had LOTS of time to play by myself. Most of that time was spent in imaginary worlds. When I got the chance to play with my cousins, I would try to drag them into those worlds as well.

The very first thing that I can remember ever imagining on a regular basis  was WONDER WOMAN!!! Complete with Underoos and yellow jump rope!

(pic from Wikipedia)

No one else was allowed to be Wonder Woman. *I* was Wonder Woman!!!!!

Now, tell the truth! Nothing but the truth!!

I was also obsessed with Charlie’s Angels. I wanted to be Sabrina!!


For my 4th Birthday I received a Sabrina doll and I was in HEAVEN!!!!!

Then I discovered reading……. I became Laura Ingalls! My cousin and I were ALWAYS arguing over who got to be Laura. Neither of us wanted to be that goody-two-shoes Mary. Although, our behavior was more reminiscent of Nelly.

In between I was Clara Barton or Amelia Earhart. Whatever book I was reading at the time. Although, I always went back to either Wonder Woman or Laura Ingalls.

All in all I think I see a pattern here. LOL I wanted to be a strong woman. Most of them are easy to see but if you think about it, living on the prairie and putting up with Nelly wasn’t easy! 😉

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Comments on: "Secret Subject Swap – Take 2 – October" (18)

  1. I love this! I wanted to be the pink power ranger, and then like you discovered books. Harry Potter. Still one of my all time favorites. My first chapter book was Secrets of the Droon. Hidden magical door in the basement! Travel all over with a fluffy pillow? I am glad you got this prompt!

  2. All that childhood imagination served you well. You are, in fact, a very strong woman!

  3. Hey I had Wonder Woman underoos too! How about that? 😉

  4. You ARE a strong woman! My son is reading Little House now. Is it wrong that I was in love with Alfonso AND Pa?
    Now. If only underroos came in grown-up sizes, I would be wearing the heck out of those things!

  5. menopausalmother said:

    This is so cute! I always wanted to be Trixie Beldon or Nancy Drew! **Just to give you a heads up–the link for my blog in the swap list is incorrect—it needs a www. in front if it in case you want to swing by!

    • I LOVED both Trixie Belden and Nancy Drew! I even tried to write a mystery story when I was 12. LOL

      OH!! I’ll go fix it! I hopped over to your blog but I did it from my address bar.

  6. Hi there, isn’t it fun to go back in time and imagine what we used to imagine?

    PS: I wanted to be Jill from Charlie’s Angels, loved her big hair.

  7. I always wanted underoos – I always always always wanted them. So much so that when I see the grown up ones – I put them in my cart to ‘take a ride’ at the store but am never able to make myself buy them!

    And Charlie’s Angels – and books. I love love love books. Always have. Always will. And I remember sitting in my elementary library the day I discovered Little House on the Prairie.

    Thank you for reminding me of these great childhood memories! You Rock!!!

  8. OMG….love this. I can totally relate to this post. I too can almost imagine becoming the person I am watching and now as I read…I feel like I am part of the story….

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