E. Patrice's Latest Interactions
Shelley - So glad you're coming to the reunion. Seems like you've had a wonderful life - one you deserve. You were always nice to me and I think we go way back to grade school if I remember correctly. I'm so glad you-all are putting on such a great event for all of us. Patrice Jensen
Bruce - It will be great to see you and Jean at the reunion and catch up about kids, etc. I'll be talking about my kids and everyone else will be talking grandkids. LOL Are you still working? I'm so glad this reunion is happening. I just saw the post about Dave. (Got buried in work - catching up on HH stuff.) I'm so sad. Especially for his family and those of you who were close and worked with him in high school. Patrice
Larry - Thank you for your comments about Roger Schmitt. I always liked him and said "hi" to him whever I saw him. We have all changed after High School. Many of us have gotten more confidence as we moved through life and accepted and rose to many challenges. I have found this late in life that going to someone's funeral that I knew in one capacity, they had a whole other life that I didn't know about. I love funerals (and weddings) for the celoebration of life. Thanks again for setting me straight. Let's connect at the Reunion. Patrice
Can't wait to catch up. I was so touched that you came to my mom's funeral. It meant a lot. Remember when we moved in and on our dirt in the front of our new house, you said "I'll be your friend when you move in". We were 5. I remember going to your house on Sunday after church and watching the "send me the money" preachers who would heal people right then and there. We all laughed so hard at the falseness of it. I also played Monopoly at your house a lot. Fun times.
Richard - Do you know the reason for Hank's passing? I'm still reeling. Patrice Jensen
Poor Roger Schmitt. He wanted so badly to be part of the 'popular' crowd. I tried to befriend him or at least say hello, but he ignored me. He was an original that's fior sure. I don't think he had a happy life. May he rest in peace.
Jace was such a breath of fresh air. Always sunny, happy and bubbly. she was a terific addition to our class of '68. May she rest in peace. Patrice Jensen
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