The results of that previous post (feel free to comment if you wanna get in on the action).
- I’m friends with you, as you said, because my brother thought we should be. We like way too many of the same pop culture things (Lost, poker, Chipotle).
- Lately, I associate you with no red meat. Before that, it would have been Fletch.
- I like that you have such strong convictions (your wife, your faith), BUT that you aren’t so set in your ways that you aren’t afraid to change (Obama!).
- We’ve known each other so long (not), it’s hard to pick a memory. Remember when we used to be able to watch Lost AND Alias on the same night? Yeah, that was great.
- Even though I associate you with KC and the midwest, I know that you’ve been out of the country (to Italy, at least). Where else have you traveled and what’s your favorite trip of all-time?
- Duh, you’re my brother. Somehow, we made it through adolescence without killing each other, and once we both went away to college, we probably became better friends.
- I associate you most with the EVP tour. So much so that when we were watching a show on National Geographic about sports bras (don’t ask) and they showed EVP women playing, I was looking for you.
- I like that you stuck with the volleyball thing even though everyone always said you were too short, or not good enough.
- When I cracked my head jumping off the wall in our backyard in France, you ran to the house to get mom. How’s that for a memory?
- What the heck are we going to do in KC for a whole WEEK over Memorial Day weekend? The Royals aren’t even in town! Alternatively, since that’s not really something about you I’ve always wanted to know: did you love or hate living overseas?
- You’re my friend because we always have things to talk about. We don’t always agree, but we ultimately have the same goals in life, and we’re getting there together.
- I associate you most with baking, because of all the goodies you make that I have to bring to work so that we don’t eat them all ourselves!
- I like how you are with our kids. Even when they are at their most frustrating, your love for them always shows through.
- My memory of you is sitting out on my porch in Rochester Hills, MI while you were on an internship in NYC and talking on the phone for hours.
- (You can answer this in the comments, since you don’t have a blog) If you weren’t home with the kids every day, what would you be doing?