Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Favorite Memory!!

Alright if you've been on Candice's blog you know the drill... :) If not, follow instructions below.

1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I have together. It doesn't matter if you know 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 could be fun.... :)

5 comments:

Ben and Taryn said...

I have lots of memories of you Janabanana! The "noisy" prayer with the family, stake dances and bowling, laughing and playing games (like Guitar Hero) until 4 in the morning, wax and facials, sneaking away from it all back to your room, and lots of other silly times. Love ya Jana and miss you tons.

Rachel said...

Wow Taryn you're good at thinking of memories. I love the "noisy" prayer and Guitar Hero ones... Remember how we were SO tired and sick of playing GH but we just wanted to finish so we kept on going and then like the next day the memory card got corrupt and we lost it all?! That was REALLY funny.

Oh Jana, how can I choose one memory?! We've just had TOO many. It was fun that we got to share high school together... choir trips (especially All-State!), hanging out with friends, occasional ditching, and going to breakfast in the middle of the night when I was still a minor... TOO much fun! Inside jokes and Orange County quotes up the yiddly yang, sleepovers with the girls, the best 4 days of our lives, road trips, WAL-MART (need I say more?!), staying at Candice's house, Dollar movies (Bah ha ha. "I smell a pickle" and "I can't see anything but their white hair"), Sticky shoes at Rumbi's and just generally being silly when everyone else thinks we're retarded. There's a million specific memories I haven't mentioned but all of my memories with you are fun! Can't wait to make even more! Love ya!

Candice said...

Okay, so I too remember sitting in my little hole of a room listening to Journey, Shania, etc. It's possible you were putting my clothes away for me...but those were some good times. Ü BTW, I have a LOT more laundry to do now than I did then, so if you ever want to come over and listen to some of my CD's...I'll even let you borrow some of my clothes that you handed down to me if you do a good enough job. I've had tons of fun with you, playing games all hours of the night, kicking you out of your room when we come to Vegas, lots of conversations (between texts, of course) Ü, the stupid Sonic girl...the list goes on and on. I love you tons!

Connie & Rob said...

Okay, as you know I have a hard time making things concise! I have so many good memories with you. Seminary mornings, one in particular when we talked about our testimonies of Jesus Christ. Studying seminary lessons - remember when we studied Revelations together and then I had you teach it?

Beautiful memories of music when I asked you and Rachel sing to me (and Ben and anyone else who was in reach). Sitting between you and Rachel when you sang Kiria(not spelled right I'm sure). The audition when you were sick. All the wonderful choir concerts.

When you were little I remember middle of the night visits and you were always the last to sleep and the first to wake up. You played so happily with Rachel, I didn't think you two would ever fight.

I remember how limber you were. You used to do back flips and other extremely difficult things before we got furniture in the living room. Sometimes I wish we had never added furniture to that room. Fun times.

I remember you had me listen to songs that made me cry when we were driving together to work - so I had to go into work with a red nose!

I remember lots of games and long conversations and laughter - lots of laughter - especially in the middle of the night, (many times while I was trying to sleep), car trips, shopping trips, buying cars, dances and hairdos. Good times!! Love ya!

P.S. I just want to add - as a memory with all my girls (and boys occassionally) - watching Pride and Prejudice or Seven Brides for Seven Brothers together is one of my favorite memories, too. Cari and Laura will also remember Anne of Green Gables marathons. Thinking about all these memories has made me feel so incredibly blessed!!
Love ya!!

The Faulkner's said...

I remember Kristin and I telling you we would teach you to drive, among a thousand other things from when we worked together!!
Love ya girly!!