Saturday, July 19, 2008

You tell me....

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. 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.

Enjoy!


This is the latest to go around and we all know how I am about following the masses. So baaa baaaa!

6 comments:

Nisa said...

Hmmm. . . I'm sure I have better memories, but it is late and I'm tired. But I do remember one afternoon I came to visit and your girls were playing all crazy through the house. I only had one child at the time I think so I was overwhelmed by their craziness. And you were just so peaceful, sewing away, happy as could be. And I thought, someday I'll be that peaceful, doing something that I love, amid total motherhood chaos. I'm still not there yet. But I think that you have always been in touch with such peace in motherhood.

Stephanie said...

The first time I saw you was in church. The twins were just little, and you and Doug both had a carrier. I remember thinking: 'Wow, they look happy! And I'll bet their kids will have red hair!!' Wrong.

And I agree with Nisa--you are a peaceful eye in the storm of motherhood. I mean, you ARE crazy: you do have 5!!! But you love it.

Stephanie said...

And I meant I was wrong about the red hair, NOT that you were happy. You are definitely one of the happiest people I know!!

Malauna said...

Of course the first thing in my head is sewing. Costumes, quiet books, dresses, etc.

However, the one I look back and laugh at is when we would go walking, pushing our strollers with Lindsay around our neighborhood. Every time, Lindsay was there to exercise so she walked fast; you out to be out of the house and walked slow; and me in the middle wondering who I should try to walk with, but wanting to talk to both of you.

Teri said...

I like to remember the good ol' days when we would dress as brady as we could and go and see the movie at the collage theator or where ever, I mostly love that I got that skirt you wore at the d i for an even bigger discount because there was a small stain on it.
have a very brady day!

Adawn said...

You covered for me more times than I would care to admit when it came to youth talks during our YW years. You would always do it when I was being a loser - what a great example!!!!! And girls camp - there really isn't a girl camp memory that doesn't have you or Shelley in it!

Take Care - Amber