Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Memory Tag...

I got this idea from Holly's blog and I thought it was really cute . I know that there are only about 3 of you that know me from real life...but we'll give it a try. This is how you play...


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.

All those people that really know- me speak up...now is not the time for blurking.

16 comments:

Holly H. said...

The best memory ever is when I entered a contest on your blog and won the CUTEST APRON EVER! And to top it off, I got to meet you! Can't wait to do it again soon. You are the cutest thing ever and I'm so glad we met! Everything happens for a reason right?

Mindi said...

oh. my. GOSH. where to start??

i guess i will take the high(er) road and go with
a: tripping over your roll of carpet in your front yard when you were remodeling
b: riding good bikes down the blvd while watching the boys ride huffys with banana seats and pink streamers on sadies
c: pink fuzzy dice cake for my birthday
d: refraining from usuing your favorite hair gel

hannie said...

Good times WHENEVER you come into the salon, because you are always good for a gut full of laughter and lots of gooey and funny stories! I really do love you! (even if i have to yell across the room to have a convo with you!)

Mindi said...

oh, and the fact that you are my oldest friend that i've kept from high school for the longest amount of time. that should say something.

i love you amy!

the glendenning family said...

Let's not forget Portland...Let's just say we had some mighty fine skirts!!! and Let's not forget about the Cousin that we went to Visit! how did we ever find him?? And what about the Lear Jet to get there??? and What about the missed Date with Caylor??? Should I go on? That was some pretty sweet times...

kourtney said...

I love how you love to tell me about when we first met! It's a classic meeting. And I miss how I used to be your only sister-n-law, or how I had a sister-n-law that you didn't...oh those were the days. Now I wonder what memory you will have for me!

Shanz said...

Oh man Amy... how long have I know you? Like forever? I remember going into the mortuary with you to talk to Ted, and I totally remember Mindi's pink fuzzy dice cake. That was classic! Sadies. Wow. Riding our bikes with about 16 of us. Right down St. George Blvd. Then there was the time that we dressed up as hookers for Halloween and Sarah Stanley was our pimp (Our mother's must be so proud!) I'm really glad I got to see you at the end of our reunion, I think I'd forgotten how hilarious you are! Love ya!

hollylynn said...

oh, memories. i remember just a few minutes ago when i realized that mindi borrowed this from you and then i borrowed it from her.

cute kids. i also agree with you about the dogs...they are cute as long as they don't touch me or any surfaces i will later touch/eat off of.

Michael said...

Amy,
The day you told me that I would look like George Clooney if I lost but 100 lbs, it made my day!! Now go buy me some slimfast!!!!!

simply kris said...

that your were very easy to talk to. but where was it? in a kitchen? at a church? does it matter? you made me feel welcome! thanks for being my sister's wonderful sis-in-law!

Andrea W. said...

I remember a couple of times Brennan and I chatting in the church foyer when we maybe should have been in Sunday School? Hmmm. Is that where you and Brennan figured out your shared morutary roots?

Collette said...

i remember seeing you the first time in good ol Ms Canfields class. Brendan said about Mitch that is the new kid from Idaho, and I thought look at his mom she is all dolled up just for an SEP conference, little did I know you are always dolled up and such a diva! we've kinda known each other a while-you rock and you are a great friend!

tammy said...

Oh I don't think I could play this game with my friends. There are just some things that need to stay buried forever.

My first memory of you is you begging for love by offering a fabulous apron in return for comments. In which I happily obliged.

One day we will have to meet IRL.

The Patrona said...

My fondest memory of you is when you first walked into The Dollyhouse and started chatting up a storm; and someone then asked if you were one of my sisters. We just looked at each other and smiled and laughed some more. I knew at that moment, we would be dear friends forever.

MiaKatia said...

I remember reading one of your comments on Mindi's blog and laughing hard enough that I had to come find your blog. You have been entertaining ever since. I think that your glitzy sonic cup is one of my favorite post... especially since it started the tipsy top blog.

Angie said...

Has to be "she wouldn't say shit if she had a mouthful"!!! We both thought our moms made it up!!

I have many, many fond memories of our fun days here in Meridian! It was almost like one big vacation! I miss you!