To Marty

Hi Marty– I am trying to figure out this website and get cozy with it, so will do some practice postings.  I don’t spend much time on the computer in daily life, so it takes a bit of accommodating.

Marty, I have been through about half of my boxes of  ‘stuff’ — I am amazed by how few photos I have of  us together– as much time as we spent  walking in the Highlands and yakking, I thought there would be more… Maybe because we didn’t have selfies then.  Often there  was no 3d person to take the photo.  I have many of you individually.

I hope you can make it to the  reunion… I know the timing of the reunion is bad for you, and understand if you can’t make it, but hope that something good changes and you will be here.   I will send you a more complete email later– this is just for practice on web-site.  xo




To “Butch” my star-crossed lover

You and I  have had the worst luck with ‘close calls.’   First, in High School, my parents come home early from an outing and find us in the upstairs bedroom….  Then, 30 years later, your son Scott walks into the hotel room and finds us in a cozy embrace and yells “BUSTED”    Scared me half to death.

…I suggest we ditch our plan to rob a bank together– it can only go bad!  But it would be SUCH fun!     Think of the headlines,  “Two senior citizens rob bank and get caught.”   (it would update your golf newsclippings.)

Looking forward to seeing you again…So far, our get-togethers have been interesting at minimum!   (Don’t bring Scott.)  Hey!  He has to be older than 18 by now– he was 18 THEN,  I think.  You gotta update that profile!

To Keith

Well,  NO WONDER you created this website… Its what you do!   Wow, you started really early in the data business.  I first started hearing about computers in the early 70’s in Germany.  I worked with some Air Force  guys who thought they were in the vanguard of the ‘revolution.’   You must have had one of the first degree’s from BSU in the field.  Pretty cool that you were so intuitive about the future.