Thursday, July 10, 2008

Memory Lane- TAG!

I have been tagged to see who remembers me and why. And some of you I only know from internet communities, but if you have a memory of a first impression or the first time we "typed", that could work too. ;)

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 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.

9 comments:

SBAM said...

You were my first visiting teacher in the fabulous 11th ward!

Rachel said...

Ha, this was funny and I have too many to name but some of my dearest are of course playing Popples and waiting for the garbage truck, taking the bus to the mall to meet Eden and Liz, playing the smelling/tasting/gooshy game with Michael, writing in our "secret diaries" and pretending to hide them but really hoping the other found our diary to read our "secrets!" So many funny things. We really did make our childhoods crazy and fun!!

Papa Paradigm said...

Remember when we went running last night? That was fun. And remember the huge bug we saw-gross. :)

Amb-dizzle said...

We went to your dad's birthday party together. I was surprised to see that it was only you, me, your aunt Deana, and her husband as the guests. I was horrified by most of the topics of conversation. Like how your father was raised and birthing babies.

Chalen said...

One of the things that I can remember is watching you drive up the hill in your ex-cop car. You always look so small behind the wheel-the car just dwarfs you. It always made me laugh.

Maren said...

When you were relief society teacher in the 11th ward and pregnant with Lindsey I thought you were the cutest pregnant lady. And you always gave the sweetest lessons! (sorry, my mind is on pregnancy lately :-)

TheMFamily said...

Maren- thanks that is such a nice thing to say. :D
Chalen- HAHAAHAA! You are not the first one to say that. I get it a lot. It is actually pretty hard to drive that thing being that it is a BOAT! But you would laugh harder if you could see Robert driving a smaller car with his knees to his arm pits and his head in to the roof. We have the too extremes, one of us is bound to look doofisy. LOL!

Proctor Funk said...

Oh dear....where to begin??? Playing that the rodeo arena across from my house was a palace, having billions of sleepovers, skating with the homeschoolers, having fashion shows on the octopus merry-go-round, trying to fit in that tiny bathroom cupboard for our "home"!!! WE WERE NUTS!!! But, our imaginations ROCKED! I am so glad that we got to grow up together being so silly!!! Loves!!!

Harris House said...

I can't remember if you were my visiting teacher, or if I was yours, or maybe we were partners- sorry my memory fails me now. I just enjoyed getting to know you through that. I had fun with you.