Friday, July 18, 2008

memories...

Wanna play a game?

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. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you're playing (but you don't have to) and I'll come to your blog and leave one about you.

12 comments:

Danette R said...

Funny you should ask about this because just last night I was cleaning out a closet and came across pictures from All-State Choir. Crazy pictures from hotel rooms and pictures of us all dressed up. That seems like a lifetime ago.

Adriane said...

I don't have a blog but I wanted to play along anyway.
One of my favorite memories is of you talking me into singing a solo for the spring concert our senior year. We spent a lot of time with you playing the song on the piano while I practiced singing it. For graduation you gave me the best gift---a framed copy of the words to Friends, the song we worked on. I still have that song run through my mind quite often and I think of you every time.

Ang & Greg said...

Since I have camping on the brain I have been thinking of our camps growing up. One of my favorite memories is sleeping in the small tent with just you and Velecia. We would play the Dating Game and laugh our heads off. & don't forget being robots with the flashlight.

O.K.- another one- making up plays to perform for Mom and Dad in our garage. Can anyone say CLUE?

Now I am on a roll, but I will stop now:)

Velecia said...

Remember when we got out the little swimming pool and it was the dead of winter. We filled it up with hot boiling water, one pan at a time to make it warm so that we could all pretend to have a hot tub outside. I have the memory of us all sitting in it, in our swimming suits with snow all around us. So Funny. Another one was when we made that cool play house out of a really neat rock we had found. It had little indents, perfect for little rooms. It was at Hunnington lake. Remember it had moss on it. We made clay funiture and stick people. We used a watermelon bowl for a swimming pool, and played with it for hours. Those were some fun times. Priceless.

Amber said...

The Love Shack. I need not say more.
And in the tunnels... Kieth? I'm trying to remember... I thought it was Micah. Keith as in my friend from HS?

Michelle and Nick said...

I have many fun memories--many nights of Indian food...Yum! But I think my favorite was the time we went to the movies alone (leaving the boys at home watching football or something). You must have really missed Martin as you were trying to hit on me in the theater by putting your hand on my leg! Or maybe you were just thinking I was really hot since you had just plucked my eyebrows for the first time. We sure miss you guys!

Brandi said...

Hello,

I randomly came across your blog today, and was shocked to find another American in Barton! I just thought I'd write to say hello and give you my e-mail address in case you felt like chatting to another American. :) Take care!


brandi1479 at gmail dot com

georgia said...

your hole gothic phase. you were so brave doing that

georgia said...

oh i remembered another one-- remember there was a bounch of us at the oakenson house for a sleep over for sharon's birthday and we played dare game and you had to your foot in the toilet and i had to eat some concokation that had lord knows what it in. Im teying to decide if that was fun or just something to remember. lets not get me started

glynn said...

the first thing that came to my mind was a couple of dinner at yalls little meth basement house in cedar. it was a fun house.

kriddlec said...

Jamie,

I remember riding with you in Trusty to Reeds. We were listening to Steve Miller Band and when you weren't watching I put my thumb in to cigarette lighter and burned off my fingerprint!

Also, I remember when we shared a room and I would always want to talk when the lights were out. You would get so angry with me because you just wanted to sleep!

Tara said...

I remember how much I admired your sketch book when we were at CEU together. I wondered how in the world you could make everything look so lifelike. Thanks for sharing it with me!