Saturday, July 19, 2008

Memory Lane Tag


Here's a game from my friend Lea Anne's blog. The directions:

  • Add a comment on my blog, leaving 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 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.

5 comments:

LeaAnne said...

Memories..like you, I have LOTS!!!
To just pick one is hard! I have loved that you served with my Mom in the RS pres and that I served with you..I think of it as a special little bond..
One of my Favorite one's.. I loved when I was in the flower shop at the Mall and you would stop by to say ۞HI۞ while you went to drop off or to pick up you knives.. I SO looked forward to seeing you ..It was always such a nice thing of you to do!!!

Ah Kath, you know you are always one of my Best Friends! I love you, with all my ♥.

Rachel said...

I remember years and years ago (summer of 1997) serving with you at Cub Camp. It was so HOT.
I remember thinking you and your husband were so sweet and kind. Several years after that when your husband was called as your ward's bishop, I remember not being surprised at all! You guys are a great family.
Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog. I'm glad that is a happy "memory" for you...
Hugs!!

Sara said...

I remember in our Relief Society Presidency meetings being so impressed by the care and concern you had for all the sisters in our ward. I especially remember when they changed the ward boundaries and all of the sudden you had this huge new bunch of sisters to assign for visiting teachers--lots of hours of prayer and thought!! It was such a privilege for me to serve with you and I learned so much!

Meg said...

So fun! Well, I remember you being the most organized person and secretary at cub committee meetings! When you left for a new calling, we were all shell shocked. I took the torch from there but it was held higher when you were there.☺

SusieQ said...

I remember a LONG time ago (like 1985-ish) when I attended the "Institute" ward during the summers. I think you and Nelson were newly married with no children. You were always so kind to me.