Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Memory Tag

1) Add 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.

Just for FUN!


Kandice said...

I think my first memory was at enrichment night when you belly danced. I thought, wow, she is one cool lady- I hope she wants to be my friend!

Leah said...

You belly danced at Enrichment? WOW, you surprise me all the time Valerie!

Most of my favorites memories from Kansas involve you. Picking one is really tough. I think that jumping on the trampoline that 4th of July is one of my favorite. I also loved the 2 times I stayed the night at your house and we scrapbooked until the early morning and our vision was blurry. I think we talked & laughed more than we got anything done! Fun times, fun times...

Okay, one more...I have the fondest memory of you making me peach cobbler for my birthday. It was your last can of "bottled" peaches and I don't think anything ever tasted so good. I know that you are a GREAT cook but I think it was more about how special and loved I felt than the taste of the food. You're amazing!

shellie said...

I am remembering the day we went to St. George together with our two babies. On the way home somebody was speeding and got pulled over. You were so skilled at getting out of that ticket I was in awe. It was also funny that Gary called right at that moment. I awnsered and said that you were talking with an officer. He was not very happy.
I also remember, the day you back your van out of the garage but forgot to open the garage door first, hee hee those are things that are not funny at the time but hilairious years later.
Love ya

The Bonham Family said...

I have lots of memories like how you let us stay at your house at a drop of a hat and made us a huge breakfast in the morning, but the one memory of you that really stands out was when I went to your Belly Dancing Program at the Cresent Moon and watched you dance for the first time...I was amazed. You had such confidence. I was so impressed with you dancing abilities.
Oh, one more. I will never forget your golden mushroom dutch oven dinner. It was to die for.