Sunday, July 20, 2008

Memory Lane

1.As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you
and I had together. It doesn't matter if you know me
a little or a lot, anything you remember.

2. Re-post these instructions on your blog and see
how many people leave you a memory. If you leave a
comment I'll assume your playing the game, and Ill
come to your blog and leave a message.


Everyday Thoughts said...

My memory is of the many MANY bus rides we had with MPHS track (polevault). Those were good times! Remember we used to make fun of the cross country girls for peeing behind the bus all the time...GROSS! Anyway, pole vault days were some of the best for me in high school.
Oh, another memory is of us doing drivers training together! We didn't know each other yet, but that sure was a scarry time for both of us! :) MISS YOU!

Ira and Heather said...

The girls night hanging out with the kids when our husbands were at priesthood session of conference. We watched Enchanted and Ty was really into the popcorn that night. It was a fun night.

Mari said...

Oh gosh, ok, lets see... How about harrassing Bro. R and Sis. M when they were teaching our sunday school class? I know that shouldn't be a funny memory for me but... What can I say? We were kids.

Or how about the church road trips we would take with Anissa? Do you remember that bejeweled mic and the air band? Or the slums of Keokuk!!

So many fun times Meggin, I wish I could remember them all. I guess that's what happens when we get old.

Kami said...

There are so many memories, I don't know which to choose. I think my best memory would be the night of hauling your round mattress down your stairs, trying to get your blanket down from a ledge in your house, watching Charlie, and drinking lots of slurpees! That was such a great summer.

Nate and Jessica said...

And dont forget the silhouette of the lady in the window (at the sleepover) and also your sickest day ever at Riv!

Dan & Brittany said...

There are many that are too funny to even post:) Many nights playing outside, playing barbies, many slumber parties and crazy holidays. What a fun childhood.

zk949 said...

The memory I have is when I went to the dance with you. It was really fun and it meant a lot to me that you would take the time to do something like that with me when you could have just had fun with your own friends. It was great and I will never forget it. Unless I get too old and get diseases.


Chase and Allison said...

I remember our carpools to Springville those first days of elementary teaching, our crazy math class together (I can't remember our teacher's name), and especially our student teaching days. What a compliment that you wanted to do it with me! That was when you got your new car and we got to be cool like you on ride to school. I still remember asking you if Adam had any accounting program friends that I could date. And what do you know...I found an accounting guy myself. Education majors and accounting majors make good matches. You were right.

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