Thursday, July 10, 2008

Memories...

Memory Lane...I got this from a friend's blog. I thought it would be fun! I hope you will play along. Here are the directions:

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.

11 comments:

Clay and Jessica Brown said...

I remember when you lived in Aggie Village and Malachi would carry around one of your shirts as his blanket. I remember doing Roger's study on balance. That was funny!

Jess :D

P.S. your kids are way cute!

The Black Family said...

I remember tons! You guys were the first ones to welcome us to Aggie Village! Malachi loved my crackers and popsicles. I remember bouncing Arianne while you took a break. You taught me how to be domestic and sew stuff (haven't touched the machine since hehe). And of course, Arianne puking on the lawn was good. Poor thing. Good times...

Rachel Seren said...

This has been such a fun blog idea! I remember how athletic you were. I have this memory of malachi, he was across the triad and you just took off after him. You were so fast and graceful. I wanted to aspire to be like that.

Rachel said...

Ohh...I totally remember you and your jogging stroller and how jealous I was that you could run 3 miles so easily and especially while PREGNANT! I always thought that was so awesome! I remember bouncing mommy tips off of each other too and playing tons! Love those days!

Courtenay said...

Most of my memories are of you and Teresa together. I remember one time when the two of you went on a road trip to California. Teresa talked and talked about how bright eyed you where in the BIG cities... having never gone further south than Provo before! Speaking of Teresa... how is she?

min said...

USA!!! Teresa and I would chant it at you at our Junior High track meets... everyone thought we were so patriotic! We really meant, "U Suck Annie" only cause we were so totally jealous of you and how fast you were, with such little effort. You still suck! ;)

lynda@polkadot fairys said...

Hey Annie ,
I know I'm your mom...but I would Like to comment here!
I remember when you were so little and bright eyed and how much energy you ALWAYS had! Once I looked for you and finally found you so happy under the table ...looking closer I saw that you had a spider in your mouth! You were grinning and the spiders legs were squirming! Yuk! Another time I had to run out side because Isaac had gone in the street... I left you in the kitchen , when I came running back in you had crawled and pulled yourself into the sink full of dishes and turned the disposal on (luckily the sink was still plugged) and you were tossing glass dishes out of the sink like frizbies!
And when you were still quite young...like 10... You took your saved money and insisted on buying each of your little sisters a school outfit!
We love you Annie! you are always fun, energetic, and always think of others!

Ralphie said...

Hi Annie!

Of course I remember you! How are ya! I told B that I got a comment from you and he went off on how fun you guys were. I quite agree.

I just started really being interested in photography last year. But I love it and it has quickly changed from hobby to obsession!

I have a Nikon D80. It is a fantastic camera. It looks like you have been doing just fine with a point & shoot (you get great pictures). Do you ever mess around on manual mode? If you understand exposure and you're getting the pictures you are then I would suggest going for a D80 and not a lower model. The D80 is the end of the enthusiast level and the begining of the pros. If not, then a D40 is where it's at! A little more user friendly but still gets great pictures.

If you want more info or have any other questions just let me know! I'm so glad you found me!

Platt Family said...

Well, I could probably go on and on about my memories with you. You were my first true friend. Truely, seeing since we were only five!! Alot of memories like, fun summers in our yards. Getting the exact bikes from Santa, and me riping part of my handle bar so that we would know whose was whose. All the many sleep overs, eat overs and many outtings. Like, going to Lagoon, me being a scaredy cat on the rides and pretending to go n them so my parents would not get mad at me, and you being so patient! But now, I am a total dare devil!! Fun birthdays, and holidays. The summer we opened up what we thought was a flower shop in your Dads shed. We really only had a couple of plants or weeds! Playing with Tiffany next door to you. Bawling my eyes out when you moved to Salt Lake, and so happy when you moved back!! Decorating our locker for Junior High, took us all day long! You were always such a great friend, and a person I will ALWAYS consider a best friend!!

The Cooks said...

So many fun memories. I like that you are all doing this I might have to copy too. I remember how happy your big smile always made me you always had a fun story with your smile. They were often about funny things Roger or Malachi did. I remember our group home evenings and playing with the marshmellow guns.

Jara said...

The Davies family came over for a birthday party in October. It had snowed a few weeks befor and a sled got left out. This particular day was warm, sunny and no snow in sight. Isaac, Malachi and Kaidyn decided to go sledding anyway, but were having trouble pulling eachother over the grass in the sled. Roger was nice enough to help our boys go sledding with no snow.