the memory keeper's daughter

Within the last week, I've had a couple friends post this meme to their blog. And since I've been ferreting through boxes and photos of late, I kinda sorta actually like this one. So now I'm inviting everyone else to participate with me.

How to Play

  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 check your blog to see if you are playing, too. If you are I'll come to your blog and leave one about you.


Samantha said...

Yay! I'm first! And I've probably known you the shortest time of all your memory makers!

Only one memory????

Then it will have to be that of your amazing green shoes. They are, after all, the sole reason I am still in love with you today.


Mr. Fob said...

I remember receiving top secret deleted blog comment emails from you (that wouldn't work so well now that everyone on the thread gets comments emailed to them) back when all I knew about you was that you were a friend of a friend of a friend who sometimes ran marathons and you couldn't tell the internets that you were gay for fear of being fired from your job.

Cricket said...

My best memory is from the first time you emailed me out of nowhere, just to see how I was holding up. I appreciated it so much. Even though we had never met, that made me feel like I had a great friend in you. Thank you.

absent-minded assistant said...

I think that my favorite memory of you was the day that we met in Sunday School and we talked through the whole lesson and made fun of logic jumps throughout, and then I got yelled at afterwards, by Dave, for flirting too much with you and not paying any attention to him when he was the person who drove me to church. (Apparently, I was seriously putting in danger my ride home by talking to you too much.) Anyway, I don't think that I was really flirting with you because I was completely in love with Mike at that point, and if I had been flirting with you, I was flirting to make him jealous. But, you probably don't remember that day, because it was just another Sunday in that singles ward you were in before you moved to New York.

So, to put in a memmory that both of us will remember...

Perhaps, one of our more exciting memories was when I called you, from Utah, and told you, in Astoria (?), NY that the power was out from New York to Ontario. At least that was exciting for me and my coworkers, because we were talking to someone who was experiencing history right then, even though he didn't really know it until I told you about it.