We have been in mental health in an administrative capacity to now having "special needs" foster kids. I enjoy art, gardening, and volunteer work. I had a shop in Grand Rapids for a few years. Lots of fun and adventure finding antiques and unique pieces of art. All of which turned out to be an expensive hobby! We live along the Maumee River and there is nothing like a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine (IN THE SUMMER) It's freezing right now! My folks live in Wauseon and are doing well.
Charley Houston, Jill Hillsdale, Jamieson Dallas, Jonathan (Lauren) Minneapolis
Gib's kids and my dear friends Stephannie (Francois Brajot) Montreal, Aaron (Amanda) Sarasota
Family, Kentucky (Keeneland), Reading, Gardening, Art (sketching and painting I hope to take a class in sculpture soon), Toledo Zoo and Museum. Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum.'Kids love to swim and go hiking!
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Hi I love green I saw it and will tweak it when I have more time. Thanks again for this amazing site.
I have a "then" pic on classmates but have no idea how to transfer. I don't know what happened to the pic.
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Reading your profile brings back a lot of old memories! As a boy I lived in Grand Rapids within a stone's throw of the old Sportsman's Club. The river was our playground and summers were truly a Tom Sawyer/Huckleberry Finn experience. On Sundays, I used to walk across the bridge and through town with a friend to go to the church on Second St. As we walked home, we'd stop on Main Street for a soda or ice cream cone. Some times, we would stop on the way to church and other times we would go straight for the ice cream and forego church altogether.
Stepping forward in time, you were blessed with 2 of the finest people in the world for parents. I'm glad to hear they are doing well. Please give them my regards (and thanks) the next chance you get.
Like your profile picture! It fits right in with the rest of the "room". Take care, EEZ