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Class of 1968 Message List
Did you hear us? We were rockin'!! - 15
05/08/06     Anne Boaz Hardy  (1968)      anz_27025@yahoo.com
First and foremost, to Will (what a sweet & funny guy), Beth (always a sweetie), Molly (who's been my friend since 3rd grade), Jennifer (toooo skinny)and anyone else who helped put this reunion together (Pat, didn't you say you sliced the tomatoes?)many, many THANKS for putting together the BEST reunion so far (at least in my opinion). A huge thanks to Mrs. Simmons (and Cathy) for opening her home to us, we were pretty tame there don't you think?
And thanks to Ed Gower and Marshall for telling about their 1st of many trips to the Hootchy-Kootchy show, where they got the money to go, and what they saw when they finally got in.
Mike Pedigo, thanks for standing on the dance floor and letting me dance around you. You're awesome!
From the 1st "hello" Friday night at 5:30 until the last hug and "I promise to email you" at 1 Sunday morning I laughed until I couldn't, danced until I thought my heart would jump out of my chest, talked and giggled with my old friends and classmates. We rocked Forest Park CC don't you agree? The music was good, the dancing better, and seeing old friends the best.
Purnell, did you wash your feet before you got in bed Sunday morning? I washed mine.
Hope to see all of you at the 40th.
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