Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Memory Game

I saw this on my friend Sarah's blog. I really like this little blog game. I'm always curious about how people remember me or what they think of when they think of me. I'm usually surprised if someone mentions they were thinking of me or talking about me. I see myself as an "out-of-sight, out-of mind" kind of person. Anywho, I'd love to see what you all remember.

1. Leave a comment with a 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 read friends' memories of you. If you leave a memory for me, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll do the same for you. If you don't have a blog (shame on you!!), I'll leave my memory of you in my comments.

This should be fun.


April said...

Well, other than being the church's youngest YW president ever, I remember that tomorrow is your BIRTHDAY! Right? Have a great one. I posted on Melissa M's and sent a comment to Bethany!

Corinne said...

The time you impressed me most (pre-becoming a mother): sitting at the piano in my house playing (effortlessly) a piece that I couldn't conquer for months by Tori Amos.

Show off. :)

Sarah said...

I remember meeting you guys at church in MD. You were our first friends. I was so excited to meet someone with a daughter the same age as mine--little did I know how many more things we would soon have in common. =)

Lisa said...

Some good memories were probably our lazy summer days by the pool in Maryland. Also, girl's night out dinners were always sooo fun and sooo needed. Also, it was fun seeing you in San Antonio...even though it was short. Tyler loved playing with Maya! Our blog is http://lisababe23.blogspot.com

Kevin and Kristen said...

My memory of you was when we had to perform in church in MD. I played the piano and you sang. I remember your beautiful voice! Also, when I first met you and we found out we graduated the same year from high school and we were both tall.

Lynn said...

It's kinda dumb but I remember how tan you were when you got back from your 3rd year Hawaii rotation! It made me want to go there!

The Kids