March 19, 2008

100 Things Worth Remembering, Part II

These are #’s 26-50 of the memories I hope pop up as my life flashes before my eyes.

26. My newborn babies being cleaned off by the nurses
27. Train ride through the Canadian Rockies
28. Joe Morgan’s game winning home run to knock the Dodgers out of the playoffs
29. Watching my first snowfall on a Thanksgiving Eve in New York City
30. Snuggling with the babies after early morning feedings
31. Running along the ocean cliffs of my home town
32. The smile of my first crush
33. Wearing my letterman’s jacket for the first time
34. Seeing my wife for the first time
35. Watching baseball at Shea Stadium on my birthday
36. The Catch
37. Clowns on my eighth birthday
38. Rubbing my wife’s very pregnant belly
39. Barreling down the steepest hill in my neighborhood on my skateboard
40. Doing a drum solo with a broken wrist
41. Purchasing my wife’s engagement ring
42. My first car
43. My daughter’s laugh
44. My son’s eyebrows going up and down
45. Going to the high school state championship track meet
46. Racing in Madison Square Garden
47. The red and yellow bike I got for Christmas
48. Playing whiffle ball with my brother in the driveway
49. Eating refried beans and rice at my grandmother’s restaurant
50. The look on my wife’s face when she told me we were having twins

6 Comments

  1. Great memories.
    I could use some advice on my most recent post if you get the chance.

    Comment by judy Kollmorgen — March 20, 2008 @ 6:21 am

  2. The Canadian Rockies!!! Beautiful beyond beautiful. I love my country. :D

    Comment by Michelle — March 20, 2008 @ 1:22 pm

  3. So, should we all be doing this too? Or will we get in trouble for ripping off the idea again? :)

    Comment by Deanna — March 21, 2008 @ 12:17 am

  4. So, the look on your wifes face when telling you it was twins was what? Excitement or fear? lol.
    We all found out together at my 20 week u/s. We even brought my older 2 kids in with us so we could find out the sex of the bab(Y) and the first thing she said was “oh, you’re having twins” ROFL…I’ll never forget the look on my husbands face,lol

    Comment by Tanya — March 21, 2008 @ 4:27 am

  5. Why am I crying as I read this? I want to do this…may or may not be a blog entry, but I want to do this.

    Comment by Amy — March 21, 2008 @ 9:45 am

  6. Those are all great except for number 37. I’m one of those that’s afraid of them

    Comment by Mitch McDad — March 22, 2008 @ 8:50 pm

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