Friday, March 14, 2008

Flashback Friday

This week has been full of fun people visiting!!! So I want to write some favorite memories of them... (PICTURES COMING SOON!)

Joe and Nancy - I have so many great memories of them, but one of my favorites is whenever the Kelly's would come to visit - Lesley and I knew it was a good time to ask our dad's for money! Dad and Joe are always in such great and giving moods when they are together and Lesley and I took advantage of that fact whenever we had a chance :) Joe and Nancy really are like second parents to me - they have always been there for me and I LOVE THEM VERY MUCH!

(L-R: Nancy, Joe, Me and Dad - K1 Racing 3/19/08)

Kimmer - We got to spend about 20 minutes with Kim last night! It was great to see her and it reminded me of the time that I spent a few days with her when I was about 10 years old. My parents went of a little vacation for their anniversary so I stayed with Kim - we had a great time. But the thing I remember the most is we rented some movies... Planes, Trains and Automobiles - Kim said it was really funny so we rented it... Unfortunately we didn't look at the rating and at one point in the movie the f-bomb was dropped about 10 times in a row! I still remember the horrified look on Kim's face when that happened and she said: "Erin don't you dare tell your mother about that!" Of course when I saw my mom I told her about all I did that weekend - including the movie :)

Finlay - MATT OLSEN! I meet Matt through Ben - they served in the same mission together and Matt came to visit us about 4 years ago - That was a super fun trip. We went to Disneyland and danced the night away!!! For those of you locals who have made the drive to Orange County you might be familiar with Dolly Pardon's grave site... Well Ben wanted to point it out to Matt, but couldn't quite remember where is was and started to point it out to him in Carlsbad (about 15 - 20 miles too soon) It was pretty funny!

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