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Weekend Recap

Monday, September 14, 2015

The last 4 days were a whirlwind! I flew out of Baltimore on Thursday afternoon headed for Denver, drove to Colorado Springs to visit my brother and sister-in-law, was treated royally there, then ran a 5K race on Saturday morning overlooking the majestic Rocky Mountains, and attended my 40th high school class reunion Saturday night.

It bears repeating: It was a magical night! Reconnecting with friends, many who I have not seen 40 years, connecting with classmates who I did not know well or at all, and just having the time of my life. My only disappointment: It came and went too quick! Nearly 6 hours and I still wasn't ready to call it a night, but the length the day, the 5K race, and the glasses of wine told me it was time to go to bed!

Having attended my first class reunion, now I am hoping there is one at 45! Maybe it does not need to be as formal -- but just to get together and talk! I'm all for that!

I could go on and on, but suffice it to say that this weekend surpassed all of my expectations!

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    I haven't been to any reunions, yet, but you made it sound like so much fun, I'll look at the next one coming up. Glad you had a good time. -- Lou
    1888 days ago
    So happy you had a wonderful weekend!! Sounds like everything was perfect.
    Time does fly by when you are having a great time.. Family, Friends, Classmates and a 5K Race!! emoticon emoticon

    Sharon emoticon

    1962 days ago
    As the old idiom states: Time sure flies when you're having fun!! it's the times like those that renews the soul and let's one know that it's the simple things that bring happiness and joy.
    1962 days ago
    Class reunions can be fun, I am looking forward to my 50th next month

    Make today the greatest day of your life

    emoticon Until tomorrow!

    1962 days ago
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