Invent a Memory Meme….

Invent a memory of me and post it in the comments. It can be anything you want, so long as it’s something that’s never happened. Then, of course, post this to your journal and see what people would like to remember of you, only the universe failed to cooperate in making it happen so they had to make it up instead.

12 comments

  1. Remember that time we met?

    We were introduced to one another, and shared some small-getting-to-know you talk.

    Good times, good times.

  2. Remember that time we met?

    We were introduced to one another, and shared some small-getting-to-know you talk.

    Good times, good times.

  3. memory

    i don’t know if you will even remember this one.

    you could not have been more than 3 or 4 years old at the time. you were out with your mom shopping… just another day out doing the normal things. but there was this one guy… in his late 60s i’m guessing, who you smiled at in line. he seemed taken aback for a second, then smiled back at you. your mom finished at the counter, then you & her headed out of the store. but you turned back for a second & waved to the older man as you left.

    do you know that your smile & wave changed something in him? that he remembered when his son was your age & he started wondering where all the time had gone. that he went home & called his son for the first time in almost 15 years & told him that he loved him & missed him & was sorry that he had not been there for him more often. that they finally opened up to one another. that he found out that he had a grandson that he might never had known about had it not been for your smile & wave that day.

    funny what we remember sometimes.

  4. memory

    i don’t know if you will even remember this one.

    you could not have been more than 3 or 4 years old at the time. you were out with your mom shopping… just another day out doing the normal things. but there was this one guy… in his late 60s i’m guessing, who you smiled at in line. he seemed taken aback for a second, then smiled back at you. your mom finished at the counter, then you & her headed out of the store. but you turned back for a second & waved to the older man as you left.

    do you know that your smile & wave changed something in him? that he remembered when his son was your age & he started wondering where all the time had gone. that he went home & called his son for the first time in almost 15 years & told him that he loved him & missed him & was sorry that he had not been there for him more often. that they finally opened up to one another. that he found out that he had a grandson that he might never had known about had it not been for your smile & wave that day.

    funny what we remember sometimes.

  5. So, no shit, there we were, just two guys hanging out in seminary school, when that hot mama-jamma schoolteacher that used to live down the road from you — remember her? — came by, and I was all over her like a cheap suit. Man, that was a great night, and I can thank her for keeping me from entering the priesthood. Sorry about your couch, though; I promise, I’ll buy you a new one.

  6. So, no shit, there we were, just two guys hanging out in seminary school, when that hot mama-jamma schoolteacher that used to live down the road from you — remember her? — came by, and I was all over her like a cheap suit. Man, that was a great night, and I can thank her for keeping me from entering the priesthood. Sorry about your couch, though; I promise, I’ll buy you a new one.

  7. remember when…..

    …..you and I were auditioning for Chorus Line and you forgot your tap shoes, so I lent you mine, and they got all stretched out so when I auditioned, my shoe flew off, hitting the stage manager in the head and killing him instantly? What was so cool about that was I got the part anyway, and the Tony too. I am sorry you didn’t get called back. That will teach you to remember your shoes.

  8. remember when…..

    …..you and I were auditioning for Chorus Line and you forgot your tap shoes, so I lent you mine, and they got all stretched out so when I auditioned, my shoe flew off, hitting the stage manager in the head and killing him instantly? What was so cool about that was I got the part anyway, and the Tony too. I am sorry you didn’t get called back. That will teach you to remember your shoes.

  9. Do you remember that time when we had to push our sanity to the limits reading that musty tome printed on tanned human skin from the 12th century, so that we could figure out where the prophecy said the next convergence would occur? As I seem to recall, the author got it wrong, and we ended up in a bar in Istanbul, drowning our sorrows with that gorgeous Russian stenographer from the embassy, who turned out to be a cryptographer that wanted to defect.

  10. Do you remember that time when we had to push our sanity to the limits reading that musty tome printed on tanned human skin from the 12th century, so that we could figure out where the prophecy said the next convergence would occur? As I seem to recall, the author got it wrong, and we ended up in a bar in Istanbul, drowning our sorrows with that gorgeous Russian stenographer from the embassy, who turned out to be a cryptographer that wanted to defect.

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