Thursday, July 17, 2008

Memory Tag

I saw this "tag" game on my friend Jen's 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.


16 comments:

Matthew Johnson said...

I remember a while back (like 5 days ago), when we were both laying in bed, and I was looking at you when you were turned around. So, you turned the other way to face me, and noticed that I was staring at you. And you said, "What are you looking at, butthead?" And, we both laughed our heads off, because we were so amused that you used the term "butthead".........aww, good times......... :)

The Hale Family said...

Oh my gosh! JULIE! Thank you so much for leaving a post on my blog. I wasn't sure who it was, so when I opened your blog up, I screamed! My poor husband was right next to me and had no idea what was happening!

As for a memory with you...I have so many...seminary EARLY in the morning, Scripture Mastery, "Mormon Hill," singing in youth choir at the William's house. Such fun times!

So good to see your blog. I will check back regularly!

KordelandHeather said...

Where to begin? Watching Newsies at your house, and then having it re-wound and re-wound by Liz as we tried to learn all the music with who knows how many people there, Watching OJ Simpson driving his White jeep on your TV and wondering who he was, Playing Sleuth and always losing to you, Giggling at who knows what, the Sign Game and PigHogSow, discussing Harry Potter, WOW, thanks for all the fun my wonderful friend!

The Hungry said...

Now that I've stopped laughing, I can think of my own memory. Remember when I was taking you up to the temple so we could both watch kids during a wedding? And you had seen The 6th Sense and I didn't want to see it but wanted to know about it, so I made you tell me the "whole" movie, beginning to end and you kept asking "Are you sure you want to know everything...?" and you told me the whole movie - you did such a good job it was like I'd seen it myself - I loved you for it! And I still love you for it! Was fun!
Love, Aunt Kathy

Meesa said...

Julie, Thomas wanted to share a memory of you. It's from Saturday. --Remember when I saw you in Costco and I jumped out and showed you my muscles and roared like the Hulk and then showed you my new Hulk shoes. Good Times!--Thomas

Meesa said...

So my memory is from last week when the boys were talking in boy language and not eating lunch. We kept looking at each other and rolling our eyes and trying not to bust a seam laughing. I know I was thinking, "when did Thomas turn into a freak show". I am curious to know what you were thinking!

Becky said...

Julie remember when we were in the back of the yellow truck. We had just gotten Taco Bell. Then we saw Mr. Russell in his truck right behind us and we were wondering where Mrs. Russell was and then we were like, "She's probably in the passanger seat but we can't see her because she is so short!" And then we were laughing SO hard and I laughed so hard I threw up! Good times!

Holley, Dane Brien & Wesley Berry said...

I remember meeting your for the first time at my parents house. It must have been around Thanksgiving or something and you guys came over for dessert and games. I just remember thinking that Matt had really found the perfect girl. You really compliment each other and I was so pleased. Not that you had to worry about my approval or anything. It's just that Matt has always been a favorite of mine and he deserved someone really special. I'm glad he found you!

Jeanna said...

I remember one of the first times I met you. I think Matt had been dating you for a while and I was perturbed that he was taking so long to ask you to marry him.

I also love how whenever we end up shopping together with the husbies we end up buying shirts that match. We must have awesome taste!

Reno Wells said...

I have been thinking of a good one and I think I have! MURDER SHE WROTE!OW!- Need I say more?

Kim said...

I've had such a hard time thinking of a really good memory. I can't remember very many specifics, I just remember laughing a lot whenever I'm around you. I do remember first getting to know you and how it was kind of a slow process. Coming to visit teach you and thinking you were a little shy but soon coming to know the off the wall, hilarious side of you. You are such a great storyteller, too. Do you remember when we were walking one morning (through the cemetery, no less) and you told me every scene from beginning to end of "The Ring". That was amazing. You were so good at telling about it that I was creeped out.

You're amazing! Love ya!

Reno Wells said...

Becky mentioned the Yellow truck. Remember when we were left at home to finish out the school year and everyone else went to Yosemite. Anyway, we were driving down the freeway to Aunt Kathy's house for FHE and the truck started making a horrible knocking sound. Come to find out later that it was because we had been driving without oil. The yellow truck was never the same.

Laura Hill said...

Julie, this is Laura, Elizabeth's friend in Reno. My memory of you is sitting in Elizabeth's living room after Sydney's baptism and talking about books with you! We loved the same books. I felt I found a kindred spirit! By the way, I finished The Woman in White! I liked it.

The Hungry said...

This should really be my boys' memory - and I'm sure you'd rather not be reminded but... You were babysitting (outstanding babysitters all of you Alger nieces!) the boys were in bed and all was good and quiet which at night time is a good thing except this night - the big boys I think had talked Evan into putting "wires" or something into an eletrical outlet by his bed - there was a noise, then laughing - you went into the room to find Evan stretched out on his back - dazed - black marks around the outlet and Ryan and Eric laughing. Bless you, bless you wonderful niece who continued to babysit for us even after that!

Cote Corner said...

I remember... when you had Sam. Matt paged me (back in the day when people actually USED pagers) and I called him. He said you were in labor. It was so fun to come see you and I was so excited that you were going to be having your baby!!! I remember you were kinda out of it... but who wouldn't be after a long labor??? :) I also got to be the first one to see Sam (at least from Matts side) since everyone was out of town!

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