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Martinsville High School Alumni
Class of 1968 Message List
Observation - 15
09/30/07     Bob White  (1968)      quailster@msn.com
This weekend I went to her 40th high school reunion with the most patient and long suffering woman in New Mexico. Since she is obviously much older than me, I was somewhat timid with her classmates; but received a nice taste of what may be in store come next May. This gathering of the Academy of the Sacred Heart--Loretto, and St. Michaels Boys' High School was held over two nights at the Santa Fe Country Club, and while I felt like a mere babe next to these folks, I was lured into much good time involving libations and the testing on the dance floor of my newly acquired replacement knee. I looked at both as a good trial run for next May, and am glad to report I held my own.
I will observe that while we can lay claim to having Doctors and Lawyers in our ranks, these folks had a Doctor(Chief of Dermatology at UNM), a Lawyer(newest nominee to the NM Supreme Court) and an Indian Chief (Governor of Tesuque Pueblo). I was quite impressed, but I will add that like our adjacent classes at Mavahi, they are nice folks but are just not as pretty as we are.
I start my trek home this Thursday, and look forward to seeing some of you as I motor my way from Chapel Hill to NYC.
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