Saturday, September 22, 2007

Your turn...

It is your turn to contribute to this blog. Leave a comment (you can do it anonymously if you want) and tell the world how long I've known you. For extra credit* you can also tell of the circumstances of our meeting.

*admittedly, extra credit is pretty meaningless because extra of nothing is still nothing - but it will be FUN!

10 response(s):

Michelle said...

I don't know exactly how long I have know you but it has been at least 8 years since meeting you. I knew of you because of VoiceMale (no, I wasn't in love with Phil - I knew Richard at Snow College) but didn't officially meet you until Charlotte had invited me to one of the lottery Christmas parties.

Anonymous said...

I've known you since 1989, when you and my future wife knocked on my door.

Jodi said...

What was that crazy place where we all lived? The one next to the Sports Academy in Logan. I was a neighbor. I think we even traded a roommate to two. All I remember was that you were Cool Heidi Beck with a "real" job when you were the Registrar at Utah State and I was a lowly secretary in the HR Department. Phil I new for a lot of the same reasons and some old girlfriends. I am glad he finally found his way to the best of the best.

Cramster said...

I think I have known you since 1996 or 1997. I can't remember which came first - if I met you working in the registars office or if we were in the same ward and you got me the job in the registrars office. Or maybe it was through your cousin Nate, cause he and I worked together in the computer labs and he was your roomate... What is he up to now, anyway?

Charlotte said...

I met you when you were my next door neighbor, back in 1995. I had just returned from my mission and moved to Logan, and I was a little on the shy/awkward side. I was called to be the Compassionate Service leader in the ward, and you told me congratulations. While you were doing that, someone else walked by and said that I was wearing a pretty dress. You said, "I think the girl IN the dress is what's REALLY pretty."

How could we not be friends after that???

(the shark party was pretty fun as well. )

Layne said...

We've known each other something short of a coon's age. Our introduction was definitely Voice Male-adjacent, but I can't pinpoint the exact date--sometime in the past nine years! And I always knew you as Heidijobeck--one word. John and I said for YEARS and years that you and Phil should just get married already--thanks for taking care of that.

Sarah said...

It seems to me that I met you briefly in the mission office in 1988 in New Hampshire. Don't remember which month or why I was there because I was serving in Maine. Maybe this is a "manufactured memory" as my husband would say - the guy who met us both in 1989 on his front door step. Seems like it was mission clean up day and there was a pack of Elders being sent elsewhere and two greenie sisters looking a bit shocked at the scene. Am I making this up? Why would I have been there? Was it a sisters conference? I'm going senile!

Mister said...

I met you back in nineteen-ninety-whatever with two other ladies at my door to "see my apartment" and assess our floor plan and carpet. We passed a few times in the night as you and my roommates watched Jazz games and I climbed the stairs to go to bed. Now whenever I do that, you're there. Who'da thunk? Lucky me. Oh yeah. There's a lot of water under a bridge in between. Yuv yoo.

Bamamoma said...

Cramster,

Nate is a professor in Atlanta (my neck of the woods - but we haven't gotten together). Yeah, Nathan is how we met, of course we were in the same ward then too. Then the Registrar's office, then we were roomies.

amy greenway said...

I met you when I was a lowly incoming freshman at USU and you were a newly returned missionary (I think) who was in my student ward. Did you live in that crazy old house off of 16th east? Anyway, I felt oh-so inferior to you.

We became reaquainted when I was a new advisor at USU and you were the registrar and once again I felt oh-so inferior. In spite of being inferior, you were always so nice to me and so helpful...yes I will speak at your funeral. :)

And now we have Charlotte in common! Hooray!