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Lo siento mucho! - 12
05/06/05     Pancho (Frank) Smith  (1965)     
I was visiting my mother at King's Grant a few months ago and saw Senora. She was using a walker but managing by herself. I didn't realize she was almost 100, but then, she seemed old to me when we were in high school. I still remember how upset she got when I told her I would not be taking a fourth year of Spanish because my schedule was full.
 
05/07/05     Jenkie (Francisco)  (1965)      Flwillard007@aol.com
Re: Lo siento mucho!
Frankie: That's ironic, cause I remember how
sad Senora Smith was when I told her I WAS
gonna take fourth year Spanish...just joking.
Hope to see you and your lovely esposa at the
40th reunion..vaya con dios mi amigo
05/07/05     Carlotta Spencer Aist  (1965)      caist101@cox.net
Re: Lo siento mucho!
Pancho, I hate to tell you, but Senora WAS old when we had her in high school. At least I feel like our age is old sometimes. I had forgotten that you didn't experience that fourth year with the one lonely class of us that made it to that level. Limbo on Friday - ALWAYS.
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