Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Memory Game

The Memory game. I'm adding it to my blog as well.....
I am doing this mostly to see who really loves me.....don't let me down!!!

Here are the directions:
1. Add a comment on my blog of a memory or two that you and I had together. It can be anything fun that you remember. It doesn't matter if you knew me a little or a lot or not at all, just put any memories you have.

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog. If you don't want to play on your blog, or if you don't have a blog, I'll leave my memory of you in my comments. Try to keep it going on your blog with your friends!

4 comments:

Reba said...

Hmmm we have WAY too many good memories to name just one... my favorites are when we go out to eat something interesting ALWAYS happens... for instance: Justin and Andy take us to dinner and you get your freakin hand rolled up in the window... we go out with phil and we hear the biggest fight EVER...haha stupid white trash girls I hate them! Haha!

Anonymous said...

You and I told both our parents that we were staying at each others houses. We partied in a hotel with I think Justin and some other boys. The next morning when we pulled up in your driveway, there was your dad and my mom standing on the porch! YOUCH! We were soooooo busted LOL!!!!!!!!

Aubrey Anne said...

Steve and I talk a lot about the night we hung out at your house before we came back to Kansas last time. That was way fun! Plus, the time I saw your closet for the first time... I'm always saying, "Someday I'm gonna have a closet like Krista's..." And that many shoes, too!

Ken said...

I don't have many great memories with you, 'cause we haven't had that much time together that hasn't been together with the whole big family. So, let me just list the things I really appreciate about you.

1. You're genuine. No pretenses - what you see is what you are.
2. You love Justin, and I know he loves you. He's not always the easiest guy to love, but I've seen you choose to love him, even though he has his faults. Presumably he has done the same with you. It's obvious that you both love each other even though there are some real differences in your styles/personalities that you could let divide you if you didn't work to protect your relationship.
3. You've done more to teach Justing what love really is than anyone else has in his entire life.
4. You have a great sense of humor, and you don't mind pointing it at yourself once in a while. That's a sign of a healthy sense of self-esteem. You have your head on straight.
I'm very glad you're part of our family.

Ken (Justin's Dad, for those of you who don't know me.)