Friday, August 1, 2008

couple of fun projects fer ya

Thought this was kinda fun, courtesy of my #2.  =)  Go make your own at  Click on any of them to view them full-size and read all the words.

Also from Chris, a fun thing to pass onto other's blogs.

The Memory Game

Heres what you do:

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, 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 cool (and 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.


Derby Queen said...

One about you? Ummm I'm not sure. Cuz Like, I was 2 when I went out to AZ to see everyone. I'm not exactly sure if you were there...This is really bad. How about when you convinced me to read Twilight? That's a good Memory! :) LOL!!


Christine said...

Gosh! Where do it begin? LOL...the palm tree in the front yard? My first crop? But, I would have to say my favorite memory is the time we got to spend at the Temple.

Deana :) said...

Okay, my memory involves sleeping on your awesome water bed in the desert, but being scared the whole time that a scorpion would crawl up on us. In order to make me feel better, you told me not to worry because it's only happened a few times. :)

OneHappyfamily said...

The one and only time I came to your house to scrap. You were a very sweet host and made sure your people felt welcomed~! Oh and you had good dessert. That is always a good way to make a memory for me!

Mom, wife, scrapaholic... said...

Those word things are cool! Hope your having a fantastic weekend! :)

Kendra said...

I remeber getting to know you a little better at the Elders Quarum Party at the Watson's house. We played some of those "get to know ya" games. That's the first time I heard the story about Dan's motorcycle accident.

Karen said...

Okay- Even though we are extended family, we have only met for funerals and weddings. California is a long way from Arizona.... Thats a good excuse, right??? I remember when first meeting you at Grandpa Haroldsens (shortly after your engagment to Danny) We were all excited to see who the girl with the bellybutten ring was. Once meeting you we realized that you where alot more down to earth and quiet than the rest of the Haroldsens. I was happy that Danny found someone to compliment him so well. Since our other visits have been few and far between - this was my first recollection of you.
You Blog is awesome- I just started this a few weeks ago! Karen Haroldsen

April said...

I haven't spent too much time with you, and would like to get to know you better. One memory I can think of is playing volleyball together (the very few times I played).

Christine said...

Well all the hanging out times at your house, (missing that tons)- watching the Notebook - hehehe, scrapping. But if I had to pick one ummmmmmmm the phone call to tell you I was pregers is prob on the top of the list followed very closely by going to the Temple with you and Toni and Chris the week after I took out my Endowments =) Lots of love to ya girly =>

Stacy Householder said...

When I think back on our fun times I go into MEMORY OVERLOAD!! haha!! One memory that sticks out for me is how much I loved your beautiful finger nails. I didn't have nails because I bit them all growing up. I remember when you and your then boyfriend broke up and you came to church with me that next day and you sat there and bit every beautiful nail off one by one and I was devastated!! It was just the trick that made me stop biting my nails. :) THANK YOU! haha

Also, I remember our Utah trip like it was yesterday and all the silliness among the 4 of us and the friends we saw up there. GOOD TIMES!

I remember getting a msg from you on my cell phone (or was it my PAGER back then, haha) in the middle of the night (around 2 or 3am) and I called you to see if you were okay, and I woke you up! I realized that my phone delivered your message WAY after you sent it. I apologized to you and you started asking me how my day was and you were so cheerful. I said, Amie, it's 3:00 in the morning.. we can have this conversation later. hahaha! I'll always remember your cheerfulness that early morning! :)

I love our memories!! :)

I love YOU friend!!