We're livin' it up on the U.P. - that's Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Punkie is 6 and LOVED Kindergarten! Isaboo is 2 and she's a smiley whirl wind. We also call her Busy-Isi. This year we welcomed little Lorenzo to our family.

Life is great!

Monday, July 21, 2008

TAG

My sister did this "tag" game on her Blog and thought it sounded like fun.

1. Add 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.

11 comments:

Melissa said...

Hey Becky!
I have a TON of memories of you and I, but I think the best ones are of when we were in Color guard and I was a little wimpy freshman. I looked up to you so much and you were a FANTASTIC example to me and the other girls. You always worked super hard and kept us all in check too!

Oh! and there was that time in musical theater when you were SUPER sick during "Leader of the Pack" and it was you, Heather, someone else, and I practicing with Mr. Reed in the band room and your nose was dripping like crazy! No one had tissues and the bathrooms were closed, so you walked over to the trash can and blew everything out right there. Mr. Reed gave you the grossest look and I thought you were amazing! We don't need no stinking tissues!

Julie J. said...

Remember when we rode in the back of our aunt truck on a somewhat long journey and we sang that Bangles song most of the way, " Close your eyes, give me your hand, darlin', do you feel my heart beating, do you understand..." Then there was a really long and hilarious conversation about her smile fading when she opened the hatch to let us out.... What is it with us and the back of trucks, you'd think we are a couple of country bumpkins.

Tiffany C said...

I have a lot of memories with you but they aren't recent (sadly). You were a fun missionary to be around. I had a lot of fun with you in Billings. And then after you got home we got to hang out together. One of the funnest times I had was when I came over right after you got home and we just talked in your room. I always liked going to your house--your family is so fun. Washing the cars at your house comes to mind although I have no idea why we did that. :)

Jeanette and Jason said...

I remember the time we did team ups together and I got to go to Laurel with you. I even got to use the little bathroom right off the kitchen. We went to that Mexican restaurant where you knew the owners and they fed me clam chowder. Bleck. We just got to pretend to be companions. That was fun. I really think we were meant to have been companions. Too bad the mission president didn't get the memo. :)

Natasha said...

I have a lot and can't decide so I'll give two: Remember the time we ate poo for dinner?
Also the time that we were having companionship study and you had been drinking a lot of water (on the advice of one of the elders) and had to go to the bathroom so often that it took a while to finish. It was funny but I felt bad for you at the time. I miss you!!!

Reno Wells said...

I have lots of memories, but one that really stands out is when we were at the school in West Yellowstone. You were swinging, I was pushing...I am sure you know the rest. Your smile is really pretty now!!! :)

Jeanna said...

I met you at M&J's wedding and really had fun talking to you. Then Julie told me later that you had said to her that you wished I was your sister in law. That made me feel super good about myself and I have always thought of you as a kind and caring person since then because you inadvertantly made me feel so good about myself.

The Hungry said...

We were staying with your family while waiting for our house to go through esrow - and I'd pick you up from school sometimes. There was a boy who sat behind you in one of your classes and he called you "hair of fire" or something like that. Remember that? I thought it was so cool he called you that. Also, I think this was earlier, one of your sisters had Seventeen magazine and I was thrilled to look through it. It was the only "teen" magazine my mom would let me read when I was teenager - many, many years previous - but as I flipped through I noticed nearly all the people pictures had mustaches etc drawn on them. You had added those lovely touches.

The Hungry said...

Another swing memory - I think this was you Becky - Uncle Ed and I were in Salt Lake, Ed was probably staying with you guys for summer/camps and I was visiting with our stake youth group for a youth conference - our last day was in Salt Lake and your mom brought Ed over to temple square area to meet up with us - but I got to visit with all of you at the park first. Uncle Ed was pushing you in the swing - just a toddler you were - and you fell asleep in the swing and we didn't notice you were asleep and "swoosh" off you went - sleeping you relaxed and let go of the chains and you flew right off the swing! It was crazy - the funniest and the scariest thing - as we thought you were hurt but you were't - just incredibly startled. Loved you - tiny little peanut girl - still love you!

Reno Wells said...

Becky, stay away from swings!

Donny said...

Actually this is Michelle and there are SOOOO Many. My favorites include:
-Hogi Yogi
-practicing signing AND cueing
-singing on car rides
-sending stuff boys @ Zion's Csamp
-planting flowers anonymously
-star gazing