I absolutely LOVED school except for Phys Ed and Sport!! I think it is a four way tie for my favourites though: Art Maths English and Ancient History!! Gosh I seem so boring! And I found it all so easy as well!!!
Oh! Kerri, what a shame for you! Ancient History is just SO interesting. I've always been fascinated in that subject all my life, & the opportunity arose Grades XI-XII to study it! Obtained an 'A' for it!
Am still engrossed by it, & get DVD's from 'The Great Courses' on it, & many other subjects'. That way, I can keep the 'little grey cells' firing! Cheers!
My main love was English. Couldn't get enough of it!
Very closely followed by Geography, Ancient History & Speech/Drama.
Easily excelled at all, & continued S&D to Licentiate.
Physical Geography morphed (oops! Pun alert!) into non-formal level University Geology, which I continue.
Also study, informally, Astronomy, Archeology, Paleotology, Anthropolgy & continue Ancient History, also History from 'Fall of Roman Empire' to 1603, concentrating on Early, Middle & Late Ages.
Love Art from BCE to early 20th Century & British Literature.
I don't want my brain to atrophy, so keep it 'ingesting' more knowledge of subjects about which I've been passionate for decades! When you LOVE a 'subject', it's not difficult to learn! It just seems to be 'absorbed', & stays 'locked away' in my brain, ready to be 'retrieved' when required! Cheers!