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Friday, December 7, 2018

Shelly Belle's


Roger and I went to Tennessee in October...there are 5 of us girls that went through elementary and high school...my one friend went to Pennsylvania and I came to Indiana...she has been home before but I wasn't there at the same time.  This was the first time we had seen each other since high school!  Anyway, us five girls met there and ate and caught up with each other.  It was as if we had never been apart.

7 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

How wonderful! Your header is beautiful and magical.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Sounds like a fun time. Good friends just pick up where you left off last time.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

That's wonderful. It's so easy to lose touch with each other over the years.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, cute photo. It is great you were able to meet up with your old friends.
Sounds like a fun time! Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

Tom said...

...friend just pick up after being apart.

don said...

It was great that everyone could be together again. Hopefully this is not the last reunion.h

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

They say you can never go back. I have found that to be true. I never go back to an old job. The people you left behind never have time to stop and visit. I went back to my hometown for my 25th High School reunion. None of the people I wanted to see were there. I searched for them on Facebook later and never found them. I miss those friends I had back then, but I suspect we would probably not be friends now if we "found" each other.
xx, Carol

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