Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Memories...sweet memories

I copied this from Brenda's blog. And you all should respond. :)1.

As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn't matter if you know 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. 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.Come and play!


caitlin said...

Memories with my sweet Bonda...

-walking around the Falls and talking about all the crazy men in our lives

-having impromptu sleepovers and laughing, talking, crying

-um hello the best memory of all..jumping off a very large tower together

-Thai food nights

-going to the singles ward together and giggling during any weird lessons

-San Francisco bonfires, shopping, and sushi

Anytime we are together I am happy. I just love ya girl.

Molly said...

Only one memory? I don't have just one. How about four?

Talking about the boys we liked in junior high--was it Mike and Jared?

Goofing off in Mr. O's class (at Maze of course).

Sleepover at my house with you and Michael's cousin Emma when we stayed up to see the sunrise.

Paddling out to the island in Emerald Bay with you, Amelia, and Kathleen.

We've had some good times!

Shelly said...

How much space can I take up? I remember the first time I ever saw you Tatom was showing you around the middle school and I couldn't figure out who you were because I was pretty sure I knew most of Tatom's friends. Turns out you were in my ward. You came to my house that first night after mutual and we played for a good while. I am sure your mom wondered where you were, but after that she just knew to call my house. You always called my mom "mom." You went on a family vacation with me and my uncle named you Boné (or we could talk about Bonnitron and Shellivader). I remember the basketball game that ruined your poor vestibular system (sorry, I am the Audiologist's wife...that's the balance system in the inner ear. By the way, is there an earthquake today?) and I will never forget our orange rolling days.

Where is MY Captain Wentworth?!?! said...

Let's see... which memory of Bonnie would I like most to share?!?! There are so many, but I would have to say the fondest were all the years in the Crescent Park 4th ward growing up. Girls camp was always a blast with you there. I also loved the late night chats in your car after institute with Ang. Those were always good times. :)

Brennie said...

Bon! Thanks for playing this with us. One of my other memories, besides the ones you shared is when it was Halloween and you had that green face witch costume on and you knocked on the door and I thought for sure I was going to wet my pants when I saw you. I didn't even recognize you at first. SCARY!!! But you always made things fun and interesting. I also remember that you bailed me out by being my roommate. We didn't even really know each other and you decided to just move in with me. I will ALWAYS be grateful for that.

Tara said...

Ditto what everyone else said ... how to pick one Bonnie memory?

1. Brit Lit Tour. Getting in the wrong side of the car and frolicking across mad cow infested fields. Speaking of cows ... "what is that cow doing?"
2. Scroll. So many late nights - so many fun times! It was fun when we lived next door to each other at Royalcrest and we tapped on Jen's window at 4 a.m.

Any Bonnie time is essentially a good memory!

mindy said...

Many to choose from, but my favorite was the time we discussed your elevator antics and then that one time when I got trapped in your elevator. LOL!! Good times. Goooooood times.