Monday, July 21, 2008

Memory Chaser

Well, this was on a friend's blog and its sounds like fun. Participate or not, it's ok!

1. As a comment to this post, leave one memory that you and I have together.

2. Next, repost these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you.

If you leave a memory, I'll assume you're playing the game and I'll come to your blog and leave a memory for you!

3 comments:

aprilbrewster said...

That triple date was a blast! We first stopped at Goodwill and went in and bought the guys ties. And do you remember we found the guys breaking into the van after they locked the keys inside? Aaron crawled in through the little window on top and saved the day. Les Miserables was fantastic! And we had fun playing by the fountain by the theatre afterwards.

I also remember one night when a group of us girls decided to go out and get something to eat. You got your fingers slammed in the door and were amazingly calm and stoic about it. You just grabbed an ice pack and we all still ended up going.

Liz Autry said...

Love that memory April! I forgot about the smashed fingers!

I did remember about the ties, but not the keys, until you mentioned it. We had so much fun back then, didn't we?

Trina said...

Me too! Me too! I remember the Les Miserables triple date. The 3 of us girls, and Aaron and Joseph and Brian. I also remember that Aaron and I were trying to get April and Joseph set up with each other. And then Aaron married April his own self. HA!

I also remember with you, Liz, our road trip to California and we went looking for Skywalker Ranch ... and found it! We totally should have asked the security guard if he would take us onto the property. Dummy us for not at least asking.

And I remember when we bought Bradley and Cristian those rubber band guns at some street market up in Portland, and Bradley would sit in your living room and shoot anyone who walked past. He had stinkin' good aim!

Wow. Major flashbacks here. I really wish I could go through my photo albums of that year or so and just laugh about things ... but I'm in DC and the albums are in my parents' storage room in Oregon.