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My Family

Friday, July 04, 2008

Memory

From Andrya who got it from someone else, to YOU!

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.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

How fun! Last Saturday DP brought her blue pop up canopy to a kids summer waterpalooza! As soon as we saw it we said, "this canopy saved us thousands of dollars in card making supplies!" Ahhhh the INSANE rain/flood at the craft fair! So funny now...not so much that day. Love, love, love that memory of us all under there laughing/crying. Good times. I MISS YOU!!!
hc

Kristine said...

HC!
My VERY favorite memory with you is the morning phone call I received in April...telling me you were going to be a mommy (in TWO days!). It still makes me cry just to think about it. Thanks for your comment!

Real said...

Besides the memory you left for me, the thing that stands out the most for me is an email correspondence we had where we were talking about family size and having babies. I loved how you told me about how thoughtful and prayerful you were about how each child should come into the world and how the birth should be.

Also, I vaguely remember someone pointing you out to me at Jamie and Perry's reception in Kearny. You were across the room, behind a table doing something with food. That's my very first memory of you.

Susan said...

There are several but I will always think of you when I make cinammon rolls! Miss you!

Amy said...

I am with Susan as far as making cinnamon rolls. Although that was fun, I most remeber the 1st phone call from you inviting me to enrichment and how that got me active again in a new town. Thank you for your friendship and for you uplifting words of advice.

Sandy said...

The enrichment night when we had a baked potato bar for dinner and it looked like we wouldn't have enough potatoes. Remember what you said? Right there in the hallway. You really cracked me up. Right then I knew, this girl is going to be a fun friend. And you are! Of course we're still having fun making more memories.....

Kristine said...

Sandy,
I have so many memories of you...from the very first picnic where you offered my kids bubbles(!)...and I didn't know who you were, but you certainly were extremely friendly and knew us (because of us visiting Perry and Jamie and the ward before our visit). I think one of my favorite memories is the time you took with Miss M and made strawberry jam...and then Christmas ornaments. You definitely have a gift with children...and I'm grateful my children (and I) have benefitted from it. Oh, and then there are the stampin' memories...*grin*...I think I'll stop there.

Amy said...

I remember meeting you when Rob and I were dating. He wanted me to meet both you and Pat. Pat was asleep because that's when he did the paper route and you ,your mom and Steven were in the living room putting Steven to sleep. I remember Rob was SO lucky to have such good friends to confide in. He really looked up to Pat and valued his opinion.He was SO excited for me to meet you guys. I'm so glad that I did. :-)

kodiak73 said...

I'm going to go with some of my first memories of you. I remember church, the day after "the Dance", and how hard you tried to keep my new best friend at bay, with mixed success...

I also remember going to the lake with you and "P". I knew he liked you when he actually became even more competitive with me than usual...

Real said...

So I'm dying to know what you said at enrichment when it looked like you weren't going to have enough potatoes!

Kristine said...

Real,
The words that came out of my mouth were *HOLY CRAP*! (I know, shocking, isn't it? *hehe*) I was the Enrichment counselor, and we had already planned dinner for a full dozen more than had ever shown up to Enrichment night...and it just so happened that night that we had about 45 people show up (which is HUGE for our little ward here...and was a full 20 people more than had ever shown up). I was seriously shocked...and I surprised my friend & committee member by uttering something so "bad" in the church.

J&C Hale family said...

I remember being at your house for a meeting and worrying about my child tearing up the beautiful books he was getting off the bookshelf. You reassured me that he would be okay reading them, and helped me relax and let him read.

Candace said...

A favorite memory of you is when I came to look at your (FREE! Thanks!) couches and we were able to visit about life and family. You two are a great example of truly seeking that Lord's guidance as you raise your family. :)

Kari said...

I haven't put this up on my blog yet, but I remember seeing you at the restaurant (was it called The Garden?) at the top of the Joseph Smith Memorial building.

You were so friendly and nice.