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05/31/14 10:56 AM #1    

 

David Stafford

As a skinny kid (128#) who moved to Elyria in Oct 1956 from that country place called Port Clinton,Ohio i feel the time has arrived for me to sent a message to all of my classmates.From the palladium to the paradise to the passion pit the memories are endearing.We are faced with the fact that there is more sand in the bottom of the hour glass than there is on top.Two quotes come to mind:when asked what sex was like at an advavced age George Burns replied"like pushing an oyster into a slot machine".And Woody Allen on the subject of death said"i am not afraid of dying. Ijust don't want to be there when it happens".Anyway my life has been enriched by knowing you.best regards-David

 

 

 

 

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06/11/14 09:41 AM #2    

 

Nancy Sowers (Imhof)

hello. you perhaps don't know me . however. i'm Nancy Sowers. Imhof.. nice quotes . Do hope all is well with you. 

nan class of 58

 


07/26/14 10:13 AM #3    

Linda Ware (Smith)

What a very nice update, Dave! The EHS memories are indeed, endearing....for me too such a wonderful decade.....the fifties! Weren't we lucky! .

11/12/14 11:26 AM #4    

Linda Ware (Smith)

Judy, the poem for Veterans Day is beautiful. .... as the mom of a vet, it is very appreciated!

11/13/14 07:30 AM #5    

Karen Jolly (Mitchell)

Thank you for the Birthday wishes. Had a great Day . Doing well. I,m just getting grayer and a little slower. Enjoying Life. Take care all

 


12/18/14 10:25 AM #6    

 

Ralph Horton

This has not been a good year for us..My wife Elaine has had three back surgeries, the last of which was yesterday dec. 17....she has been in the hospital or re-hab for three months and will not be home for Christmas..She is currently at Moffitt cancer center in Tampa..Pray for her and may all of you have a joyous Christmas..I guess getting old is not fun, but it beats the alternative..right now she doesn't agree..Love to all and may God bless you...Ralph Horton

 

 


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