Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Memories...

Heres What you Do
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, 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 cool (and 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.

8 comments:

Katie said...

I think it is fun to think back on when we were little kids. I remember going to your house and being amazed that you could "do" your own hair. I remember playing dress-up with you and then going for a ride on Grandma and Grandpa's horses. As for older memories, I love remembering all the time you and Christian spent on doind our wedding video for us; what a wonderful, priceless gift that was!

Christine said...

I know it wasn't that long ago, but I remember talking to you in the dressing room at the Temple. You are always so sweet and funny and I enjoyed talking about our wisdom teeth being pulled. Ah, dentistry LOL...I'm going to miss you!

Robin said...

I remember your first date with James at the concert. We were watching ya!!!! HEE! HEE!

Robin said...

Or maybe it was your second date????

Robin said...

Butt cheeks touching? That's great! Yeah I never could get into goucho pants although Alyson does have a pair.

The Wachel Family said...

Oh my goodness...where do I start? I think probably the best memory I have is when I was up at your Shelley house, one of the million times, and we were all upstairs getting ready to go somewhere and you came running down the hall screaming because something scared you. Typical for that house. The funny part was, you were having sphincter issues as you were running down the hallway! It sounded like you stepped on a whoopie cushion with every step.

Amy said...

I remember being at the shelley house and being amazed at how high you could get your bangs to go:)

Gray Family said...

Oh there are too many to list. As kids I remember climbing into your bed, (even as a teenager). I remember always being excited to see you in the halls at school, we were rarely apart. As we got older I remember watching you get married in the temple, and deciding right then and there that was what I wanted. I also remember watching you become a mom and being amazed at how much you (and I) loved Brooklyn. Pretty consistently I remember looking up to you, I don't think that will ever change!