Sunday, July 20, 2008

My Turn!

1. As a comment on my blog, leave a memory or two 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 what memories people have of you. It's actually pretty funny to see the responses. I would love to hear what you guys remember about me!


emily paige said...

Remember how we knew each other online before we ever knew we'd get to meet? And then you just happened to be online the night I found out I was moving and surprise -- I just happened to be moving into your stake! Who woulda thought? I'm so glad we're friends!

Laughlin Family said... were so little and tiny and shy. What a sweetheart! I always thought you were so pretty. You were fun to be with in Primary (unlike some who were LOUD AND UNCONTROLABLE). ha-ha.

be a saint said...

OK, Ivy, my first memory of you is on your baptism day right after Evan was born. I remember you dancing around in the foyer at the church. You were ALL legs and very gangly(sp??) I remember you and Candice pushing your baby strollers with your dolls and diaper bags around the block...I will omit how old you were...lets just say it makes me realize Sarah Beth is ok since she still does this. And then, of course, are the many, many wonderful things you did for my girls--inviting each one over to spend the night with you, playing with Barbies. I can even remember when you were going to EFY for the first time and
you went clothes shopping. You tried it all on for us! So good!!

Laurie Huish said...

Well i think the thing I remember most is meeting you at girls camp and I was so excited when we became friends. I always felt like you were so nice to include me. Then us writing letters back and forth was a lot of fun-I found them about a year ago and it cracked me up reading through them!

Jen and Chris said...

The time you rode in the back of my trunk holding a toilet we picked up after seminary because we couldn't get the trunk to close and we were afraid it was going to fall out!