Best $50 I’ve spent today. I hope the new album goes well. Glad some people from WHS 86 have some creative musical talent because I sure don’t.
Hi All -
We got what we paid for (Uh, nothing) with the site I selected to host the registration forms and the old link is dead. If you need a form just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you one. Don’t be shy about sending it to others either, take the Chicago election approach to registration (Register early and often!).
Tess and I got together this weekend in a weak attempt to conjure up a list of people to contact. Unfortunately we spent the majority of our time refereeing our 3 year olds as they argued over toys. Sooooooo, help us out & look up any long lost classmates from 86, send them a registration form, send em my e-mail & get them on 43things.
Thanks Dan for starting this link! I have already had a great time getting in touch with several people that I hadn’t heard from in a decade or more. Teresa and I have discovered we are practically neighbors. She is doing an excellent job organizing this, she makes it sound like she doesn’t have a handle but she is doing great and I am here to help.
As for me, still in Alaska obviously. Met my wife Kelly in 1998, married in 2000. Around that time got another degree and ended up working with a small company in Anch. as a software engineer. What I actually do for them is operate a small unmanned submarine. Fun work, but I travel a lot & away from the fam on boats a lot. I also worry how transportable that skill-set may be if I ever change jobs. Kelly and I have 2 kids Teagan (15mo) and Corbin (3yrs), Teagan is in the backpack in my pic (Oh, and Larry my dog is to my left).
Tina, that was a well written post. I hope everyone can take that attitude towards our 20th. If I have learned anything it is not to get wound up about why someone may not have stayed in touch but to enjoy the times when you do end up getting together. I really think our 20th will be a lot of fun.