Tuesday, September 9, 2008

I'm in and playing the game.. Memories:)

This is a great idea!
1. As you 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, repost these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you. It's actually pretty fun to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you are playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave a memory about you. If you don't want to play on your blog, or if you do not have a blog, I'll leave my memory of you in my comments. Have fun!!


Kari Badell said...

I blogged about this about a month ago, but here's a memory I have of you. I remember when I first started working at Lexington, we shared a desk(you worked during the day and I at night). I didn't think that you liked me very much, but we became quick friends as soon as I started working during the day. Then when we moved on to "Melissa's team", we sat right by eachother and would talk and chat all day. It was super fun to hear about you and Jake reconnecting and then you getting engaged and married. We always laughed and that kept me sane during the day working there.

Angela Cloyd said...

I have so many memories with you it is hard to focus on just one. When I think of Mandy I think of my very first best friend! We went to kindergarten together, started noticing boys together, and now are moms together.

One of my favorite memories of you, was watching you dance. You were so good and you would win trophies way bigger then you were! I loved watching you perform, I knew how hard you practiced, and I was so proud of how good you were.

How can you forget about "peanut butter and jam." We used to make up the craziest songs and dances.

I remember your cute mom trying to make my bangs "work" back when bangs were the thing.

I remember playing pagent with you sisters and feeling like a princess.

I remember stopping in at the tire store to say hi to your dad, and getting money for an ice cream at Artic Circle.

I remember loving being around your family. They were always so wonderful to be. They made me feel like I was family.

I could go on and on! I have always and still do love you like a sister.

With love,


Lori's Family said...

I haven't known you for very long so I don't have many memories. What I can say is you are a great friend, wife, and mommy. I also agree with the last comment your family is wonderful. The few times that I have been around them or met them, they made me feel so welcomed and comfortable. Oh, one memory I love is on New Years when Debbie and Jake served us sparkling cider to toast the new year in jam jars and vases or anything they could find. That was so funny I loved it. We should plan a party when Jon and Jake finish their math!!!!

The Skinners said...

I laughed so hard when I was reading your comments on my blog. We always laughed so much. Lets see what memories I can come up with for you...

I remember we would always have sleepovers and you would be up bright and early and happy in the morning... I was always wanting to sleep in FOREVER

I remember my first time at girls camp and I was pretty shy around everyone... but you were ALWAYS so nice to me.

Oh and remember when Chuck's van door slammed into your head? He felt so bad!

Remember our walks we would go on... and tell eachothers future?

My favorite is Mrs. Wilkinsons class... spoon knife or fork? ha ha.

I could go on and on and on. Thanks for being one of my very best friends. I miss seeing you alot.