Sounds like fun!

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! Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you (if you already haven't). 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.


Tammy said...

i have too many. (all those years in YW!) but i can still remember when you and Ingrid came over when i first turned 12

Janalee said...

Ooooo! I love this tag!!! Memories of the Shepherds: First one that comes to mind is Girls camp my first year serving as your Camp director and how you easily LOVED those girls. Both of you! It was our last night and the bishopric came up with you and we had hamburgers I think, but it was sooooooo wonderful to see someone I knew that wasn't 15!

I could never forget Softball, Christmas Caroling, ward parties, and enrichment nights because if Jessica or Chris Shepherd was there it was a PARTY!!!!!!

(I did this tag a while ago so if you want to leave a memory look for "Memory Tag" in July's archive)

JOHANNA said...

My favorite memories of you are in RS when you would be conducting and or teaching. I always loved how real you were (are) and how the spirit touched me when ever you shared personal experiences. You are an amazing woman and your faith emulates brilliantly.

Wow- is this to serious for a blog??? TOO BAD IT'S THE TRUTH!

shelbell said...

We do have lots don't we? Hmmm...I remember your amazing courage and strength through your whole kidney transplant(and even now!). I remember the funnest games and dinners with you guys. When you had first gotten married (and Corey and I were engaged), you had us over to your apartment for dinner. I think it was tacos. That's when you showed us those AWESOME glass crystal bowls with the gold rims. Then you passed them on to us as a little part of our wedding gift when we got married! Ha, I just found 2 of them left in our cupboard...all the dishes were dirty and I was desperate for a salsa bowl. They live on! But only barely:)

PamJorg said...

I remember that very cool outfit you made for my first born for his blessing because I refused to put my boy in a dress, even if it did win Best in Show at the LA County Fair...but you came to my rescue and made the outfit for a boy! I had 3 boys and they all wore it! You rock!

I have this same memory post on my blog...about 3 posts down.

angiehd said...

Mine won't sound as cool, but I mostly remember you as the cute, sweet, tiny-voiced little girl I know you best as. When you were living with us at Grandma & Grandpa Hobbs's, your were so much fun! You had those big bright blue radar eyes. I remember trying to teach you to salute (something that my friends, new wave music fans, all of them, would do to say hello). I still have a recording somewhere from the family reunion in Provo of you saying various animal names. It was interesting when I asked you what a giraffe says!

Aunt Angie