This "List of Firsts" came from Michelle. Thanks for the good idea!!
Who was your FIRST pet? A dog named "Chewy" was our first pet, but we had to give him back after a few weeks because he didn't like kids and would nip at us. "Moki" came next and he was the very best dog ever!!
Do you still talk to your FIRST love? no
What was your FIRST job? I worked at KarmelKorn.
What was your FIRST car? A green, two door, Mercury Topaz
Who was the FIRST person to text or call you today? Papa Echo
Who was your FIRST grade teacher? Miss Johnson. She was also one of my favorites.
Where did you go on your FIRST ride on an airplane? Oklahoma to my Aunt and Uncle's wedding.
Who was your FIRST best friend & do you still talk? Angela. No, but I would love to at some point.
Where was your FIRST sleepover? I don't remember
Who was the FIRST person you talked to today? Papa Echo
Whose wedding were you in the FIRST time? My Uncle Bart and Aunt Sue's. I was five years old and the flower girl.
What was the FIRST thing you did this morning? Woke Jonathan up and made sure everyone was getting ready for school.
What was the FIRST concert you ever went to? Peter Cetera.
FIRST set of stitches and how? I was going to say that I've never had stitches, but then I remembered that I did have stitches after giving birth. Good times, good times...
First piercing? My ears when I was twelve.
First foreign country you've been to? The Soviet Union in 1990 as an exchange student.
FIRST movie you remember? Pete's Dragon in the theater.
What was your FIRST bike? A pink bike with training wheels when I was four years old.
What was your FIRST computer? A Compaq when I first got married.
Who was your FIRST roommate? Never had a roommate.
FIRST Kiss? That didn't happen until I was in college. It was with a guy that I met while working at Orange Julius. He took me out to see "Grand Canyon" and when he dropped me off, he kissed me. It was very innocent.
Question added on by Tif-do:
What was your FIRST impression of your current significant other? I thought he was the most clever guy. I was visiting my best friend at UC Berkeley and she happened to live in the same co-op as Papa Echo. In the community dining room, there was a clock and Papa Echo had put up a sign above it that said "The Official CZ procrastinometer". (CZ was the name of the co-op.) I thought it was hilarious and took a picture of it. Every time I visited after that, I would ask where the guy was that made the sign. We did not actually meet and "hook up" until about three years later.