Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Memory game

I got this from Mandy's blog:

Here is a fun little game...Leave a comment on my blog of a memory that you and I have had together. It doesn't matter if you've known me for a short time, or a long time, anything you remember.

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.... Even if you don't have a blog of your own, I would love to hear your memories too!


Alaskiana said...

I'll never forget the weekend I met you at Court's wedding, and the fun I had hanging out with you at Red Robin's afterwards. I knew we would be fast friends, but I honestly don't remember who took the next move to stay connected after that. I guess it doesn't really matter because it wasn't too long after that that you visited me in MS for the first time. Remember when we sat in the airport bar in Jackson for 2 hours while you waited for your flight? Too bad those airport loitering days are long gone. And hanging out taking pictures at the apartment - remember when we dyed our hair. At least I did, I can't remember if you did too. And coming to church with me, and Stacy making you do the whole Southwest gig in front of everyone. What a sport you were about all of that. And the time you brought Court to town and I had no clue. What a surprise that was! And I will never forget you coming in early for my wedding, and running all over creation with me to get everything done. I would not have survived that week without you!! And finally I really enjoyed hanging out with you guys at your home in Portland a few years ago right before you had Riley. I guess I wrote more than one memory...oh well.

Maggie said...

I'll always remember the time you and Sheila and I smoked cigars and played poker with M&Ms at my house in high school. Well, I think She and I were in high school...I can't believe you hung out with us even though we were still in high school. Wait, maybe just She was in high school. Anyway, I digress. That was one of the most fun times I have ever had. We were thinking we were so cool and staying up late and I think we put crazy stuff on our faces and couldn't talk but laughed so hard we hurt ourselves. I think I have some incriminating photos of this evening. Anyway, for three very UNfunny girls we were pretty funny! I also remember the time Casey and I came to Pheonix to go to Spring Training games with you! Super Fun!