Thursday, July 17

Memories

I've seen this post on a couple of people's blogs. I thought it sounded fun.

Here's how it works:

1. As a comment on my blog, leave a memory you have about me, Tyson, or the twins. It doesn't have to be abything big, it can be a happy or sad memory, and it doesn't matter if you know us a little or a lot. Make sure it's nice though please!

2.  NExt, re-post these instructions on your blog. 

3. If you leave a memory, then I am going to look through all my pictures and find a pic of us (hopefully) from that memory and post it.

Have fun! And don't let me down :)

16 love notes:

jenny said...

a couple favorites (these are pretty random)...hearing about funny things you would say to people like, "your diet's not working" or when you got out of your car and mad dogged those kids that were throwing rocks...when we went visiting teaching and you thought i was crying but really i just had eye boogers...when we went shopping during the priesthood session and tried on those huge bellies in mimi maternity...that shopping trip to laurens closet when everything was closed and we got super lost...okay thats all i've got for now. good luck trying to find pictures of those though haha

Hepworths said...

Young Women Summer Camp!!!!! I'm sure I have LOTS of pictures of you! lol (they are packed away in storage right now though).

Oh, 2nd one... Merrie Miss activities at Sister Richards house. hehe

Emily said...

well tell us about the day you found out you were pregnant, your first date with tyson(maybe in the other order)your 16th birthday party...i think at your house...i think I have pics!

Dave said...

Robbie Ty-Ty and I partied in the MTC together. On the 4th of July, they let us stay up way late to watch the fireworks. It was funny cuz the MTC president thought the fireworks were gonna be at like 9pm but they ended up going off at nearly 11 pm. It was a funny/weird atmosphere cuz the sister missionaries were hanging out with the elders in p-day clothes and it felt much more like a BYU hang out session.

Other fun times include:

Watching Tyson ramp off a jump on his skateboard onto the pile of trash and debris on the side of the house.

Throwing rocks through the windows of those houses that were torn down to make the apartment complex.

Almost walking in on Jen and Tyson making out several times at our basement apartment. The door had a window so I just turned around and hung out outside for a while. You can thank me later!

Jenny said...

How about turning everything in Kim & Liz's apartment livingroom upside down?! Or you driving all the way to Fort Worth for my mission farewell!

You're so awesome, Jen!!

Sheryl said...

Walking up and down Nob Hill and all over San Francisco while Ian was at a conference. I still crave Tostitos with a hind of lime tortilla chips (not to mention the strawberries). You guys rock to take me all over the place, none of us got any sleep that weekend.

Chelsea said...

OK my I have lots of great memories with you guys but I will never forget Tyson at the garage sale. He was hilarious! "We'll give it to you for a dolla"!

One of my favorite memories with you is singing "the wheels on the bus" to Cami on our walk from hell. I still cant believe we tried to do that AND went back and did it AGAIN! I also loved the theme parties we would have and the awesome theme treats you would bring to them... a few that come to mind are your spider cupcakes, those cute green slush drinks, and the football cake! You always had such fun ideas!

Dana Christensen said...

I remember:
*walking across BYU with you having the "Arizona is better than Texas" fight, and finding out the interesting fact that Texas has a lower "non-reading" rate. Priceless!
*you coming down to our Room in DT all through the year with your projects from school. Your amazing kindergarten activities and your crazy art things for Humanities.
*our wild ward mudfight!!
*helping steal Jerusha's scriptures so someone could ask her to a dance, and having her come home and pray for them!
*too many fun things to list!

Amy said...

Mine doesn't really seem like a "memory" because it wasn't very long ago- But I loved spending the day with you and hitting up Sprinkles (it's about time to go again right?!) and just chatting about life! Seriously, we need to do it again!!

Susan said...

I met you 2 years ago, right before Chris & Jennifer got married and I was just amazed and touched by the video you put together...priceless!

Emily said...

okay I have a really good one getting stuck in the mud on our 4th year hike!!! That was a ton of fun and i think i might have peed my pants!!!

Jackie said...

The first time I met you...I though man, who is this wonder woman? She looks FABILOUS (after the twins), appears to have it all together (through much observation I have found that to be totaly true) and has two adorable twins!
You were a doll!
I guess I really don't know you that well, but from knowing Megan, and the blog, I feel like I really know you!
I look up to you as a fantastic mother and wife!!!
Thanks Jen!

jackie e said...

i remember we were in the same fhe group my first year in the infamous villa. i don't think our family was very functional, we almost never had fhe, i remember we did once and we went ice blocking down some hill. i have a picture somewhere. that was fun.

The Polson Family said...

I just was thinking about this and it made me laugh, when we went to the San Diego Zoo when we were both like 7 months prego and we walked up that huge hill...what were we thinking?

liz said...

um, how awesome you looked coming to church right after having twins!!!!! you rock at having babies and looking great!

Liz F

tiff said...

Some of my faves....stuffing as many pretzels as possible in our mouths in grandpa and grandma's motorhome/van and then you couldn't get them out and we were busting up so hard that you bit down and broke the pretzels and they exploded out of your mouth....also, od-ing on vitamin C tablets out of your mom's make-up case. Yummy! Oh yeah, and dressing up in other people's formals in the girls' bedroom at g'ma and g'pa's.