Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Leave a comment!

I got this fun game from Victoria....

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-- or just from blogland-- 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.

As Victoria said, Be Nice ;)

10 comments:

The Sanchez Family said...

I think it was Cherry Dr Pepper, I still order that it's my fav. Do you remember we played kickball together even before Brentwood I have a picture of our purple team, we had the most irresponsible coach.

victoria said...

I had so many. I loved when you me, kim, angie, and kendra all dressed from alice in wonderland for homecoming. didn't we all go to the coast together one year with our moms?! that was fun. I also felt a lot of comfort having you as a friend because you too had lost your father. I know in a totally different way but I felt you understood where I was coming from in losing a dad. you were a huge support to me during that time and I will always be grateful for the late night talks and hugs!!

Landry Land said...

Kari, ok, cherry not vanilla, all I know is it was good :) I forgot about kickball, I was so bad. I broke my finger I was so bad. I remember you being the star player!

VJ, I thought about that coast trip recently. It was so fun. It was so good to have a friend who understood those feelings. I am glad that I was able to offer you some comfort. not an easy thing to deal with!

Nicci said...

I remember your curly hair most and how much I loved it and I would tell you I wanted your hair!

Landry Land said...

Oh, nicci. I wish I could have given it to you!

Camille, Blake and Pierce said...

You are very dear to me and as I was remembering our memories together they are short and few... but all so good... the one that sticks out the most was when you stood up before the sunday school at SB and you were talking about Josh on a mission with your mother and asking for us to pray for them. I could see in your eyes the love, devotion, respect and honor that you have for him and thought that was going to be such a blessing in Caroline's life for her to see her mother love her father so much...I did not have that growing up and many times when I see it I will stop in my tracks and admire it so... thanks for that memory.

Donnell Days said...

OK, I have to admit that when I think of first meeting you, I think of the following names: Jean McGill, Marianne Janowski, Linda Bishkin, DREW, JALEN, BROCK...oh my the list goes on!!! How we survived that year I will never know. Sonic runs during lunch, laying out at each others pools, going to La Madeline, constantly looking for cute flip flops...well, we are still doing that. We'll see if we still are in 20 more years! :)

Meredith said...

Wow Cass! As I try to think of any "defining" moment I realize that most of the time what we did together was nothing~and it was always so enjoyable. For the sake of embarrassment though, I will inform everyone of our country western concert we did for your mom, where we dressed up in our choir dresses and sang "whose bed have your boots been under?" There are too many great memories to count. You are such a loyal, special person. Love ya.

The Westcott Family said...

One of my earliest memories of you (we haven't know each other that long...), you came to pick up Caroline from the nursery where Dan and I happened to be volunteering that Sunday. We had been playing with Caroline and commentintg to each other about how BEAUTIFUL she was...and then her mom showed up and it was you! OF COURSE!

Helwig Happenings said...

Okay, I remember the first time I met you, you were with Dena and we met at the Bombay Kids parking lot so I could give something to Dena or she to me- can't remember--- but I was mortified because we had our Mother's Day "Wild About Mom" Tea at school and I was wearing a tacky zebra top with iradescent sequins! ha!! :-)