Thursday, July 31, 2008

Memories...

1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn’t matter if you knew me a little or a lot, if we’ve actually met in person or not, anything you remember!

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you. It's actually pretty funny to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave one about you. If you don't want to play on your blog, or if you don't have a blog, I'll leave my memory of you in my comments. I can't wait to see what people remember.

12 comments:

Jamie said...

My favorite memory going through a pile of mail, 3 months deep and finding an invitation to your bridal shower - and discovering that I was going to be home to attend. I loved seeing your new house and how very happy you were/are.

The One said...

I remember meeting you at Chili's. When you walked in I thought, "Rick done good!" And I liked your puffy vest. And I remember our shared love of Bath and Body Works lipgloss.

megan said...

The first thing that comes to mind is our early morning walks at Sugarhouse Park. I really enjoyed those mornings (at least after I dragged myself out of bed into the cold, dark morning). And I can't think of those walks without remembering the day you borrowed your cute neighbor's black lab for our walk... and he dragged us both to the park and around it -- until he saw the ducks and then he snapped the leash and into the pond he went. What an adventure!

The one in charge said...

You borrowed a dog??? Anyway, my first memory is the first time I met you in Vegas. You caught your brother and I holding hands...how embarrassing, it was the FIRST time we'd held hands!

Holladay Family said...

Aah..the memories..Which glorious one should be placed on your blog? I think one of my favorite memories of you is when I first brought Ben to meet you and you said, "Look what the cat dragged in." I remember that as if it happened yesterday. Or what about the time we tortured our dates and made them think they were wearing D.I. shirts to the dance? Looking back I think their horror was justified. Speaking of torture, the way we tortured your parents and made them think you got a real sunflower tattoo. If only days like that could be here again. Everytime I burn a grilled cheese sandwich I think of you. :) Love Cream to Peaches...Remember that?

nymanzanita said...

Well....I was driving you and your companion all around Mesa to look up referrals....the next thing I knew...you were sick from the AZ summerheat and my amazing ability to drive like a NASCAR driver. Car sick! :)

monica said...

Where to begin.....or which one to choose?

I think I'll choose the time when we lived together in the crazy house and we decided to start "The Candle of Truth" and then we took it a step farther and started "The Candle of Love" and we ended up kissing boys if they knocked on our door. Boy, that grew to be a popular spot. Wowee...we were nuts!

Gin & Mike said...

Well most of my memories of you are at the gym. Here are just a few; When we tried to get up at the crack of dawn to work out and I/you would call and say ummmm let's work out after work, hehehe. The steam room was always funny, you could never breath very well in there, and last but not least the "married racquetball man"!!
Good Times!

Kris said...

I have a great memory of you when you first started dating your husband and he sent you the most beautiful bouquet of flowers to the school. You had them in your classroom and you were soooo excited for Kathy and I to come and see them and the happiness that you exuded was unforgetable!

Clinton Painter said...

Well, since you first mentioned the sprinklers.....I will just mention a few other things. Many a late night talks where you gave me dating advice. (Poor dating advice I might add.) Other things, Jazz game, Toll House pie at the Do-Do and of course the time you were the SH of EX.

Andrew, Cas and Stockton said...

Well, we have only known each other for a short time, but I just think you are an Angel! I have had quite a time getting to know people in the ward (my fault) but you just popped in and became a sweet friend. I always tell Andrew how darling I think you are and how glad I am we were put in the same calling so we had a chance to meet. Thanks a lot for being so sweet and fun! I think my fave memory though is the Sunday morning just before you delivered your babe and we had a meeting at your house. You came in with tears in your eyes with so much anxiety...I felt so bad for you because just a few months before I had those EXACT same feelings and there was nothing you could do to stop them from surfacing! I remember thinking...it will be over before you know it and you will feel like you were never even pregnant...so weird! Anyway, you are great and I am glad to call you my friend!

Denise said...

I remember living with you in the sorority house - and laughing A LOT! You were so much fun and very good to me!!