My Mother Was Never a Kid

My Mother Was Never a Kid is an American television teen fantasy/comedy/drama that aired as an ABC Afterschool Special on March 16, 1981. It was based on the 1977 Francine Pascal novel Hangin' Out With CiCi, which in turn was the first teen novel in the "Victoria Martin" trilogy series, it was the first of two Pascal teen novels that were adapted into Afterschool Specials for the network, the other being The Hand-Me-Down Kid. The story revolved around Victoria Martin, a 14-year-old New Yorker whose attempts to be part of the current generation has gotten her into trouble at school; when her mother Francine finds out what happened and decides to ground her, Victoria argues with her and leaves the apartment, takes a trip in the subway to meet her friend. During the ride, Victoria kept thinking about how her mother could not understand how she can relate to what she is going through and wonders if her mother was never a kid... until an accidental slam on the subway car brake causes Victoria to fall on the floor.

When Victoria comes to a few seconds she starts noticing something different: The subway car is clean and has no graffiti, people are dressed differently and when she gets off the train she is shocked that her neighborhood is nothing like the present's 1944. As she tries to figure out what happened, she runs into another 14-year-old teen named CiCi, with whom she becomes fast friends. Victoria discovers that she and CiCi seem to have a lot in common, only to discover that after CiCi invites her to stay at her house that CiCi's mother is Victoria's grandmother - and CiCi is the nickname of Francine, who will be her mother in the future; this sudden surprise of fate gives Victoria a chance to learn a lot about her mother's past and at the same time learn about her own, which she will discover as she returns to the present day. The program was nominated for five Daytime Emmy Awards in 1981, taking home two for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Art Direction/Scenic Design/Set Decoration" and "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming - Makeup and Hair Design."

Mary Beth Manning as Victoria Martin Holland Taylor as Francine Martin Rachael Longaker as CiCi Jane Lowry as Esther Drew Elizabeth Ward as Nina Martin My Mother Was Never a Kid on IMDb

2019 Asian Men's U23 Volleyball Championship

The 2019 Asian Men's U23 Volleyball Championship is the third edition of the Asian Men's U23 Volleyball Championship, a biennial international volleyball tournament organised by the Asian Volleyball Confederation with Myanmar Volleyball Association. It is held in Naypyitaw, Myanmar from 3 to 11 August 2019. Teams were seeded in the first two positions of each pool following the Serpentine system according to their final standing of the 2017 edition. All teams not seeded were drawn. Final standing of the 2017 edition are shown in brackets except the host. Wunna Theikdi Sports Complex – Hall B, Myanmar – Pool A, B and Final eight Wunna Theikdi Sports Complex – Hall C, Myanmar – Pool C, D and 9th–16th places Numbers of matches won Match points Sets ratio Points ratio Result of the last match between the tied teamsMatch won 3–0 or 2–1: 3 match points for the winner, 0 match points for the loser Match won 3–2: 2 match points for the winner, 1 match point for the loser All times are Myanmar Daylight Time.

All times are Myanmar Daylight Time. The results and the points of the matches between the same teams that were played during the preliminary round shall be taken into account for the classification round. All times are Myanmar Daylight Time. All times are Myanmar Daylight Time. 2019 Asian Women's U23 Volleyball Championship Official website Regulations Squads