Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Memory Tag

Janell had this on her blog page and it does sound so fun to see what people remember about you and what you remember most about them!

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.

5 comments:

Janell said...

I remember sleepovers at your house and having red licorice dipped in cheese sauce - gross! I also remember how much fun we had riding around in your red mustang you got when you turned 16....fun times!

Autumn said...

That is so funny that Janell said that about red licorice dipped in cheese sauce, I still love that! I remember a sleepover at your house maybe for your birthday and we watched "Man in the Moon." Every time I watch that I think of you. I also remember another time I was on the phone with you and my brother Cole did something very, well let's just say I had to get off the phone!

Jenn said...

The first thing I thought of was a cheer practice when we were lifting someone and we had to do it over and over because something another group wasn't getting their part and you were SO mad because the girl we were lifting wasn't as light as the other groups and so it was killing us and they couldn't get it. You were SO TICKED. I thought for sure you'd tear someone's head off, but we all still have our heads. ;)

Dani said...

(Hmm, Iim just hoping I wasn't the girl you couldn't lift... I have a lot of memories of you, but the one I think of is having preschool at your house when our moms took turn teaching. For some reason I think we made mail boxes and talked about the mailman. Also, I remember the sleepover Autumn is talking about too. This is a fun tag.

Jackie Burr said...

One afternoon we were in the commons area working on cheer signs and you brought a CD with what you called "your favorite singer," on it--Alanis Morrisett (hope the spelling is right). I couldn't believe that someone as bright as you could ever listen to such a strange-sounding performer. I was certain that you would be the only person ever to purchase her music! You proved me wrong, and now I even like hearing her on the radio.