I mentioned a couple days ago that girls from my class in school get together once a month. I had a conversation with one of them about how we probably see other classmates around town and don't recognize them. She agreed and gave an example of a situation where that happened to her. The class mate she ran into recognized her. They ran into each other quite frequently at a particular shop in town. He knew that she did not recognize him so he just let it go. At our 45th reunion a couple years ago, there he was again, much to her surprise. They struck up a conversation about it and now when they run into each other in town they exchange greetings. Isn't it fascinating how those things happen?
I attended an all day scrapbook crop today at a location I have never gone to before, with a group of ladies I have never met. I am trying to get to know more of the local scrappers in my community. It was a small group. We had great conversations, we went to Stacy's for lunch - a popular local restaurant. As the day progressed I asked the ladies where they went to school. The lady sitting directly across from me said she went to Warsaw. I then asked her what year. She said 1969. I said No Way!!!! I am Warsaw '69 - who are you? She told me her name, I told her mine, and we were both just amazed. I then told her about the conversation that I just had with another classmate two nights ago, and bam! It is a small world isn't it?
Most of us were working on Christmas cards. I know, it isn't even Thanksgiving yet! So with that in mind, I created this Christmas quick page for you when I got home. Just add your photos behind the page and you are all done. I hope you enjoy it. Click on the preview to download.