Friday, July 25, 2008

sure, i'll 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. It's actually pretty funny to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave one about you.

I've never done anything like this on here... so make your memories good and funny so I won't regret my decision :)

6 comments:

epd said...

Hi Anna! Thanks for your comments on my blog -- I really like to hear from you and have been meaning to come comment. So you moved?!?! I'm so sorry to have you leave UT but glad for you to have a better opportunity for your family!

Okay, my memories of you...nothing specific but two general things.
1. Leatherby's Late Night Rendezvous with the girls -- they were so fun and I'm sorry we really don't do them anymore!
2. Dinner and Night Out Downtown with the girls -- that was so much fun and it was great to let loose and get to know each other better. Again, sorry we didn't make that a more regular thing!

That's it, hope those are bright and cheery for you :)

Ganine said...

Ahh... red heels, yes that was a good memory especially with Mike giving us that look like what in the H*** are you two talking about?

Memories..

1.First Michigan Rally and you falling on your face while trying to put your pants on... that was a good one.

2. And the oh so many conversations of how much we could get from the gypsies if we sold our kids..

H said...

hahah this one time at rally...Anna was teaching brooke to booty dance...i'd post it but I believe Anna would hunt me down ;)

but it was good times!

Mike said...

When I first met you and you were still in high school and I was 22 (I realize the social stigma of that sentance) and your mother sent me to pick you up with a sack of doughnuts and I had to walk around the school holding this ziploc bag of doughnuts like they were bait for high school girls and I was Elmer fudd, except instead of rabbit I was hunting underage girls. Pretty awesome. ;)

Nancy said...

hahahahahaaaaaaaaaaa!

I vote for Mike's tale.

(Mike, you are a true mensch of a son-in-law) :)

Anneka said...

I remember when we got our wisdom teeth out right about the same time senior year. I was mad because you looked normal afterwards, and I looked like a chipmunk collecting nuts for the winter in my cheeks! No fair! :)

And of course many orchestra memories. Good times!