I went to the first ever Star Trek convention inside my mother's womb.
I developed a phobia of Star Trek (TOS) as a young child, so frightened of Mr. Spock's ears. I was teased for that.
Purchased in third grade the then-canon but now apocryphal Chronology. I loved it (as a history of the future), and on account of it, have refused to watch a single episode of Enterprise because of the inherent contradictions.
I became a big fan of TOS in sixth grade. Read the James Blish novelizations. Got a crush on Walter Koenig. Read his autobiography and thought it was hilarious.
Saw Wrath of Khan and loved it, but thought intially from the TV ads that it had "too much" special effects.
Collected technical manuals in HS. I hanged out with the nerds on campus, played a Star Trek RPG a few times.
Liked ST IV (the whales movie) a lot when it came out, but had to confront another phobia. :/
Hated TNG when it came out, was so disappointed. Didn't start watching it again until midway through the third season. Loved it.
Attended a bunch of Star Trek conventions. Got James Doohan pissed at me. (NO I NEVER WAS PATHETIC ENOUGH TO DON A ST UNIFORM)
In 1993 and 1994 when I first read USENET, the Star Trek newsgroup was the first I began to frequent (along with the Barney one).
In 1994 I downloaded an advance copy of the script of the movie Star Trek Generations and was so disappointed reading it, thought the movie was awful. Then I watched it and it surprised me by being better than I thought.
Got bored with DS9's Palestinans-in-space plots.
Got bored with Voyager. Stopped owning a TV and stopped watching Voyager altogether. Never watched Enterprise.
Totally loved Galaxy Quest when it came out; what a great send-up it was. Liked First Contact but bugged by the changing of the backstory. Disliked Insurrection. Never saw Nemesis.
Got dragged to the new Star Trek reboot. Okayish, liking it less in retrospect.
That's my story. What a dorkette I am, huh?