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Memories of Cannwin

This is bordering on chain blogging (that's kinda like those chain emails you get that you really want to shoot the person who sent them to you) but it sounded fun. An entire blog devoted to the wonderful things I've done in your lives :) who can complain.

Besides which, it takes up a Saturday blog.

So, do I have any news? Well, maybe a little. Robert had his last day of work yesterday so we will really be dissecting the house this next week. Laptops are so nice aren't they. It means we can pack the home PC and not worry about missing out on anything cause we have this little thing to keep us company.

Anyway, enjoy all your memories of me:

1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn't matter if you knew 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'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.

If you see this your tagged, you have to do it!! Have fun, and don't be shy!

Comments

TerĂ©sa said…
I know, there aren’t a lot of memories we want to share for the world, right? ;)

I remember when we went to that bonfire the summer between my junior and senior year, and someone *can’t remember specifically* set you up with my friend Dan. And you told me I had the wrong part of the movie for the song we were listening to and talking about on the “Last of the Mohicans” soundtrack. That was a crazy night, right?
Jennifer said…
Well, I finally started a blog, which means you'll actually have somewhere to comment!

Hmmm, memory - singing "We Are Family" with you two in the van you rented when you came to see me.
Sara Crandall said…
My favorite memories were the ones when you came over with the kids and we watched movies like Persuasion on my projector while the kids played.
The Paynes said…
I remember tying a quilt for Boston and giving you my prized pizza recipe!

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