Sunday Social #12

Whew, Sunday already? This past week absolutely flew by! Today I'm linking up with Ashley and Neely again for the Sunday Social. There are some great questions this week, enjoy!

1. What are you most looking forward to about Fall? FOOTBALL. I love college football, it makes me happy. When I lived in Dallas, I would be that girl sitting by herself at the bar in Buffalo Wild Wings watching football because I didn't have cable. I loved BWW because it was less than 10 minutes from my apartment and I could watch my favorite team while watching the other big games when they were on commercial breaks. Other than football? Being able to wear boots again.

2. What is your favorite sports team? OU Sooners, of course. I've been a fan pretty much since I was born. I actually watched OU win a National Championship game with my dad less than a month after I was born. Of course I don't remember it, but still. One of my favorite games ever was the 2008 Texas Tech game. OU had lost to Texas in the Red River Rivalry (I went to that game and it was brutal) and Texas lost to Texas Tech, and Tech was predicted to beat us, which would give them their first Big 12 Championship. But OU ended up winning 65-21. The atmosphere in the stadium was electric that night, and I don't think I will ever forget it. Another great game was the OU-Notre Dame game in 2012. OU lost, but I got James to wear a Sooners shirt :) (He's an OK State fan, for the record.)

OU vs Texas Tech
OU vs Notre Dame

3. If you could go back to college is there one thing you would change? I would not have gone back to my hometown nearly every weekend my freshman year. I think I would've enjoyed freshman year so much more if I'd jumped into college life instead of holding on to what was going on in my hometown (a boy in particular, but he wasn't the only reason I went back).

4. What was your favorite class you ever took? HS or College? Creative Writing, senior year of high school. Which really had little to do with creative writing. Instead we learned all kinds of things that were somehow skipped over in the rest of K-12 education. It was a great class! In college, I really liked my magazine editing class and my writing the novel class, probably because they were the only journalism/writing classes I took.

5. Reach into your purse, what is the first thing you grab? Outlander, the book I borrowed from the library. I bought it for my Kindle too, but the Scottish brogue seems easier to read when looking at real pages.

By Diana Gabaldon

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