Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Memory tag

Revisiting old memories with family and friends is always fun but some memories slip.  Some memories that we have created though we at the time thought we will never forget them have not become so faint that we don't know if it was a dream or reality.  So hear is a way we all can benefit from each other all I ask is to keep it G rated and play along.  I found this Idea on another blog and thought that it was a stupendous idea.  The fowling is the original post that can be found on the above mentioned blog just edited a little.


A little game called MEMORY TAG...du du du dun! I have a horrible memory, but I thought this might help bring some of it back. Anyway look's fun, I'll try it!
Here are the directions:
1. Add a comment on my blog and leave a memory that you and I had together.It doesn't matter if you know me a little or a lot, anything you remember! I guess good or bad, but be nice!!I
2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you.


rode a merry crab said...

So first of all what are you doing posting to your blog at 1:24am? Crazy guy! For everyone else who is reading this, I am his older sister...one of his older sisters, the cool one! Well the memory I picked of Richie (hey, I'm family I can call him that!) is one where we were on a vacation -- a family road trip. I think we were coming back from either South Dakota or Nauvoo. We went over to Custards Last Stand monument somewhere in Montana...it was as intresting as it possible could be with six young kids! We found a camp spot that had a pool, and much to our dismay the pool was the temperature of a melting iceberg! So there was no way we were going to play in it. We started to walk back to the trailer when I thought I'd be funny and push Richie in the pool anyway. In the deep end! Yeah, turns out that wasn't so funny after all. But I think he has forgiven me for that??? Right?

Teachinfourth said...

I'm not Jimmy-Jim-Jimmy- Jim-Jim-Jim-Jim. He's Jimmy-Jim-Jimmy-Jim-Jim-Jim-Jim.

Need I say more?