Where I lived @20:
I was still living at home with my parents when I was 20.
What I did @20:
I was a university student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta.
I worked part-time in the library and taught figure skating on weekends.
What I dreamed of @20:
I dreamt of going to Europe for a holiday, finding a job when I graduated, and getting married.
My favorite songs @20: “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Days of Wine and Roses”
What I wore @20:
I wore mostly skirts and sweaters – but got gussied up for fraternity formals as you can see in the picture. Can you believe the gloves and bouffant hairdo?????!!!!!
Who I loved @20:
I loved the fellow I met in Grade 11 and ended up marrying!
What made headlines when I was @20:
The biggest headline when I was 20 (in 1963) was the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
What were YOU like at 20? Create your own Me@20 blog post today, or share the Me@20 questionnaire in your social networks.
About the Me@20 Campaign: Me@20 Day celebrates personal history and the 20th anniversary of the Association of Personal Historians on May 20th, 2015. We are continuing to celebrate the stories of our lives even after May 20th.
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