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THANKS - 29
10/04/04     ted wheeler  (1984)      ted_wheeler2000@yahoo.com
I know this may sound weird coming from me, but seeing all of you again made me realize how valuable life is. I feel that I "grew up" more over that weekend, than the 20 years before. I learned so much about myself that I can't explain it. Thank you all for such a wonderful time and a great "lesson" in life. If any of you need anything please call (276) 252-1962.
Love you all,
Ted
 
10/04/04     John Harber  (1984)      kamakura2000@hotmail.com
Re: THANKS
Chief, you and I have shared many similar experiences over the last 20 years in this canoe club called the Navy. The memorable and sometimes unspeakable events are numerous. The reunions continue to take me back to a time of innocence - well near innocence, when I was closer to getting into heaven. Your spirit and genuine love for life was evident and your spoken words at the banquet were on the money. Thanks for showing us all the meaning of "dance like no one's watching" because you and Gidget showed your Gluteus Maximus on the dance floor. Oh yeah, since you offered, I could use tickets to the Atlanta - New Orleans game on Nov. 28. Tell your mom I said she's "holding it down" too.
10/04/04     Annette McIntosh Peck  (1984)      hokies2@yahoo.com
Re: THANKS
Hey Ted!
It really was great to see you at the reunion. I know it's hard for us to keep in touch, but I'm hoping we'll see each other again soon! I don't have any family left in the 'ville, so I don't visit often. Let me know if you're going to be in town and we can get together. Are you retiring soon? When you do, are you moving back? Take Care!
Love ya, Annette
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