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Thanks for the gift, Rhonda. Yes, I'm still hanging out in Arizona. Not much new since the last reunion, although I got to spend some time with John Haworth last summer in NY, and we will be getting together for dinner and a Broadway show again in NY this July. I'm working on getting him to commit to attending the next Class of '67 get-together (45 yrs?), but he's globe-trotting and busier than I ever hope to be. If you go to the lunch this Saturday, please tell everyone I said hello!
Let's see it's only been 55 or 56 years since we started celebrating birthdays together. That was at church and then in 1955 at Houston. So now we have a string of people that were in Mrs. Fee's first grade class having the LX b'day. (We were the "younger" kids at Houston.) The "older" ones were in Ms. Moyer's class.
Mom and Dad both told me that December 1948 and January 1949 were COLD Oklahoma Winter Nights. Then they'd laugh and Dad would get that twinkle in his eye. Especially new years eve.
Good to hear from you. School has started, students have arrived & we're off to a good start.
I'll be taking off for Broken Arrow Wednesday after school to spend the rest of the week to be with my #1 son's family while Mommy goes to the hospital to my first grand daughter.
Got to head for bed. Later.
yes it is! Found him very weak below one of our feeders and he allowed me to nurse him back to health. Ain't he cute? We love our 18 varietys of birds that visit our 5 acres each year. I could name them all for you but that would be just plain old braggin! After about an hour of feeding him one drop at a time and warming him up he gently left my fingertip and flew back into the trees. We are blessed.