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Catch Up

Sorry guys...I know its been a while since my last post, but I have been busy and rushed off of my feet.

I am in the process of acclimating myself with my new job AND I am also trying to tie up the final chapters to my sophomore novel.

However, let me catch you up to speed...

In my last post I told everyone that I was going to my 20th High School Reunion and I had a blast. I was able to catch up with some old friends and to make some new ones. My class was/is majority white, there were only 7 blacks in attendance, but that did not matter. The only downside to my night, was the fact that it was not open bar. That's right, it was a cash bar and the tickets were $125/couple and it only came with one drink!!!! I was disturbed, but never fear, my old high school chums came through with the cash bar, I didn't have to go out of pocket. My new friend {He is a private person so I won't name him} was very debonair in his black suit and contrasting tie to match my black cocktail dress with silver accessories. He was charming...and everyone loved him...

Anyway, my oldest and dearest friend Ron {whom is fondly called Bummy} was there and ladies he is so cute, with his baby blue eyes. I love him to death! He was such fun and I'm so glad to see that he hasn't changed a bit! He is still the same and that is the best thing about him...he is always kind, considerate, personable, and great fun to be with. There were a couple of people that I was hoping to see and didn't and one of them has since passed away. I was sorry to hear that because in high school this boy had a six pack before six packs were the norm.

The event lasted until midnight at which time we all moved into the lobby bar of the hotel to continue partying. I retired to my room around 1:30 am, were my friend was posted up waiting for me...and the rest was BEAUTIFUL night.


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