Saturday, August 09, 2008

Come walk down memory lane

Come out, come out where ever you are! Enjoy a walk down memory lane with me!


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.

11 comments:

Dian's Blog said...

All I am going to say is "You were in resource too???" Good time had by all, and a good many laughs:)

Ully Family said...

Back when we were both youngins...you and I had some friends over. We were all playing some games or watching a movie?!?! Anyways, one of your guy friends went to the bathroom. You and I thought it would be a great idea to pound on the door to scare him while he peed. Needless to say, He hadn't latched the door all the way and when we banged on the door it flew open. Your friend finished his business, closed the door to wash his hands. All the while we were hiding, horrified with what we had done. Oh the fun we had back in the old days! LOL

Andi said...

Remember when... I had a scentsy party and I didn't think anyone was going to come until you came waltzing through the door. I was so relieved someone came! You just seem like that kind of a person though, there just when a girl needs you!

B said...

I'm debating between the time we paid $1 to ride the little kiddy cow ride at the mall or the time we took a trip to see a friend in Lethrbidge. I still have pictures of both to prove we had good times.

The McMullin Family said...

I still remember the times that you and me (and Jake too) drove to every possible event the Young single adults had planned back in Darmstadt. We had so many good laughs and sleepless nights full of dancing until we dropped, I can't remember the details, but I do remember that we laughed a lot and that we had way too much fun for words. Darmstadt...what a long time ago..

Papa and Grandma H said...

Don"t get Mom and I started Big Girl or you"ll be sorry. Let just say the time we fit over 110 kids in the house for a good bye party was an experience.

Roeckers said...

Man I love it... recalling all of the good times.
Andrea what you don't know is that party was a way for Carol and I to escape life. SO the thanks go out to you!! It was a much needed break.
B-I have those pictures too. the teeter totter, the slide, and the merry-go round at some park. Those were the days of fun stupidity, nothing destructive just good wholesome fun.
Sandra- I remember the first time Jake, you and I took a trip to institute. You had threatened him if he touched me you would hurt him, he shook my hand-AWKWARD. My best memories of Germany involve you.
Di, Kim, Mom, and Dad you guys are full of fun embarrassing stories, but so am I ;-}

Tony, Natalie, Madison & Steven said...

Sorry I'm a little late, but I just wanted to say I enjoyed our times in Darmstadt. I remember a couple Pampered Chef parties and dinners and having Liza in nursery and then again in primary. I miss you guys! Those were some fun times.

B said...

Oh my goodness I remembered another one. How about kicking around in the fountain before the dance? Or the time we parked in the back of the parking lot at a dance so we could change and while we were kicking our heals up someone smashed your car window with a brick?

I also remember dinner at your house many times because I was a poor student. Your mother got me hooked on Shepard's Pie and she'd send leftovers home with me. Mmmm. Still a favorite.

Fisher Family said...

Another Darmstadt memory....When Jake was giving his testimony and was describing how women are like onions. I loved the priceless look on your face and the smiles that came from everyone. Do we smell bad or something? ;)

Jenny Currey (AKA SGT Smith) said...

I'm real late on this one .. but pancake dinners at your house in Darmstadt. Liza made a raisin omelet, YUMMY!! Also Sitting for Liza was always a blast. Miss you guys hope life is going great.