Thursday, July 17, 2008


When reading the title of this post, please sing as you would if you were in the Broadway show "Cats."

All righty then. My friend Sarah did a fun post on her blog that I thought I'd try. But since making people sign in to read my blog, the number of visitors has dropped from five to three, so I'm debating opening it back up again. I've had only one weird visitor on the blog thus far. I think I'll take my chances.

1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together, big or little, crazy or everyday occurrence.

2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you.


Michael Family said...

Um, I will definitely not post this on my blog, because I am afraid what people remember of me. But I remember when you were like 11 or something, you discovered that you had curly hair if you did it a certain way. It was like super curly, and dad thought you got a perm.

amydear said...

Yours is the 3rd blog today that I've read that has this! Hee hee! What goes around really goes around. A memory of you:
When you were somewhere around age 7 or 8 you let me cut like 4-5 inches off of your hair and give you a little bob right around your face. I thought it looked pretty cute. You were always willing to let me experiment with you and you were also good at being in my plays and dances. I must have been a pretty cool older sister.

Lexi said...

I like the memory of skipping out on Relief Society to go on a nature photo shoot up Provo canyon... What Rebels we were!...

SusieQ said...

Hi Shauna- I'm so glad you opened your blog to the public!
We don't have many memories together, especially since we only "officially" met last week. I guess my memory of you would be observing while you taught those cute 10 year olds. You did such a great job and were really able to connect with each one of them.
Congratulations on your pregnancy, by the way. I didn't realize you were expecting. How exciting!
I look forward to getting to know both you and your sister.

lisakcriddle said...

I've been thinking about you lately as the kids have been taking swimming lessons. You are a great teacher and Dawson thought it was really cool to go to his aunt's class.