Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Memory Tag

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.

8 comments:

The Chamberlain Family said...

I have a lot of memories of you Angie! Let's see, which one too choose? I remember I just had Sariah, and you were taking that gym credit class so we would go walking at the track, and I went to go park in by the track, and didn't see the chain, and scratch! I hit into the chain. I think we laughed pretty hard that morning! Because I'm constantly doing air head things like that!

Sherilyn said...

What can I say - I have way to many memories since I've known you since you were born but one that comes to my mind is how you, Matt and Marlene took me out for my
30th birthday. I'm sure there were friends that you would have rather been with but it was so nice that you guys made the effort to make my birthday so special. I am so lucky to have such awesome nieces and nephews and that we are all still close even though many of us are married now. Thanks for being such an incredible example to me

Jensen said...

I remember when you were two! I think that is how long we have known eachother. How could I forget your Auburn hair and freckles. We had a great time playing Hi, Ho, Cheerio. Drinking warm water out of the faucet because we thought it tasted like Hot Chocolate. Superman is a classic story! But unfortunatley the one I feel the saddest about is when we were swinging on my swings superman style and you fell face first and scraped up your nose and forehead. I felt so bad! I'm glad to have you as my first best friend!

rubberbandgrl said...

making our twilight bracelets is a good memory.
I also remember our first telephone conversation. You invited us over for that very night and we had a wonderful time. It was also a lot of fun to beat you and Jeff at Settlers.

Randi said...

How about this; having the fence in the backyard blow down and Lyndsi sneaking over to my house from the backyard and about 3 minutes you knocking on the front doors asking if I had seen her. And then making flowers to hang on your walls for Lynsdi's Dora birthday party!

Emily said...

Ange, I totally didn't see this post! Sorry! I love these memory tags. Ok, here we go.

1. Hanging out in junior high and me doing your make-up. I seriously am surprised I don't work at a make-up counter with how much I did make-up on my friends. Ü

2. I remember our Junior year a HUGE group of us girls got together at your house the night of either Junior Prom or Senior Ball and we watched tons of movies and ate tons of crap. It was so much fun.

3. I totally forgot about the "keep em seperated" dance! Good memory.

4. More recently I remember the first time we hung out and we made those really cute Halloween wall hangings. That was way fun.

5. Going to Savers, Garage sales, etc. Always a good time.

6. Pretty much everytime we get together we can talk and laugh for hours! ♥ ya, Ang.

The Whitney News said...

I'm so lucky I am finally getting to know you better! My memory is of you letting me try on many different Mary Kay products. Thanks for helping me feel pretty!

Mom said...

One memory that comes to mind was a time when you were about three years old and we could not find you anywhere. We looked and looked for about fifteen minutes and we finally found you in your closet, in your car seat sound asleep. What a relief to find you safe.

Another memory was the evening that we decorated the garage for the dance. We made the dance picture background, set the table with the beautiful china, had music for dancing. You were all dressed in your formal attire and it was so much fun. Kim and Nick came and crashed the party. Greg and David were the waiters. I will always remember the fin time we all had that evening.

Remember all the parties that were held at our house. The one you held just after you graduated from High School with all your frineds in their fancy attire.

When you get thinking about it there are so many great memories that we have from your younger years. Thanks for being the wonderful daughter you are.

Love, Mom