See, this is what happens when two nerds get married and have little boys.

Friday, July 18, 2008

The Memory Game

This is a cool idea:
Leave a memory you have involving one of us-- doesn't matter if it's me, James, or Will-- in the comments. Doesn't have to be anything momentous or anything, just whatever you like. One of us will do the same for you (but probably not Will). I've done Amanda and Tiffany so far...

7 comments:

Tiffany Lowe Webber said...

I hope you don't kill me for posting this, but it's so hilarious that it needs to be said!! Remember at your bridal shower when Grandma gave you one of those robes and someone made a comment about lingerie and then she said to you, "Ya, and on your wedding night you can just wear the sheer see thru robe that covers the other one!" bwahahaha! Your face was beet red! I'm laughing so hard right now that Jordan just said to me, "Are you Okay? It just sounded like you couldn't breathe for a second." Don't kill me! You know that was hilarious!

Denise said...

I won't kill you-- you're right! James and I still joke about that. It was funny:)

Amanda and Adam Walsh said...

I like this game. It's so funny. My memory...hmmm...I'm going to have to go with you reading to me a lot. You'd read to me at night,and I remember you used to pronounce gross like...Well, like it's spelled as if it rhymed with dross. Anyway, I would tell you it was gross and you would insist that it was grawss. Haha.

Kristen said...

This is fun and I got a good laugh out of Tiff's post. The first thing that came to my mind was playing at grandmas house and we always wanted to have a sleepover but you DID NOT and so Amanda wouldn't either. We had lots of fun playing though! And eating Grandma's BEST ramen noodles and ICE popcicles! (of course whatever flavor we chose)!

Denise said...

I always hated sleeping in different places. I always felt...exposed, I guess, if I didn't have a familiar bed and room. Mmmm, ice cubes...:)

Denise said...

Amanda-- I STILL see gross and think of it as rhyming with dross. It's an egregious violation of English's morphological rules:). But yeah, I LOVED reading with you. Especially if I could talk you into making me a little bed on your floor-- your blanket and pillow beds were always more comfy than mine.

Amanda and Adam Walsh said...

I totally forgot about those pillow-blanket beds. Haha. Fun times.