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Hi Alana! I'm looking forward to seeing you at our reunion. It's been a while! Glad you will be there.
Bill, It would have been fun to see you again but travelling through France is a great alternative! We will miss you.
Posted on: Aug 06, 2016 at 5:53 PM
Carol, I am so glad to see that you are coming to the reunion. I will be there, too, but I'm not sure why my name has not popped up on the list of who's coming. I will look forward to seeing you!
Hi, Nancy! Glad to hear from you! I love your Senior pix -- I look like helmet head!!!!! Oh, well, at least we are both going to the Reunion -- see you soon. Linda
Craig, It's great to hear about your life since HHS days. I hope I get to see you at our reunion. I loved seeing the picture Nelson posted of Preston Hollow days. Hope to see more fun pictures that people dig up. We always felt like you were part of our class even though you and a few others changed schools.
Nelson, I loved the picture you posted of the Scout members dressed up on the stage at Preston Hollow. Brought back some fun memories of the talent shows we had on that stage! Thanks for sharing.
Posted on: Jul 03, 2016 at 6:18 PM
Glad to hear you are coming to the reunion. I'll look forward to visiting with you. Yes, I remember those Panader challenges, too. Sorry I never made it up to Denton for a visit. Maybe when I retire!!
Nancy Porter Michael
Carolyn was a close friend of mine. Her parents moved to DC our senior year, and they rented a room in a house across the street from me. We were like sisters our senior year. We always kept in touch after high school, but we really re-connected when in 1998, I lost my 17 year old son, and she and her husband invited me to California for Spring Break and entertained Janie Bryan Loveless and me on the West Coast for a fun week. She passed away two years ago in September after a long illness with cancer. Janie and I flew to Potomac, MD to celebrate her 65th birthday and Sarah Stroud and I went to spend some time with her about 2 months before she passed away. She had a wonderful attidute about her illness and about life in general. What a sweet generous friend, who I still miss.