9/6/2008 Thanks EVERYONE for a GREAT Evening!!!
Here are some of the pictures I have recieved so far. If you have any pictures you would like to contribute to the website please email them to me.
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Well,time has flown,has'nt it??To sum up my life it's been interesting.Most of it has been consumed working it seems.But being an electrician has allowed me to work all kinds of places and meet all kinds of people.I've made lifelong friends with people I've met in the electrical trade.Still no Wife and kids in my life yet...I'll settle down... some day...when I find "The One":)Been single over a year now after a four year relationship with Cricket,my x girlfriend.I met her while shopping at the Home Depot...was'nt even looking for anyone at the time...and then,WHAM!!Love came out of nowhere...But ultimately the relationship was'nt built to last...break ups are brutal!!Better luck next time...dating has been alot fun at times this past year or so...it's a relief to be indifferent for now. In my career,all the industrial settings have been interesting to see...car plants,power houses,airports,Army bases...and some in different towns...Fort Riley Kansas,Las Vegas,Los Angeles,Nebraska.Constuction sites are my playground! :) Between construction jobs I work on whatever rehabb house I'm living in at the time...replace a window with french doors...add a back patio...replace the electrical service...I love rehabbing the house during my times off...I'm my own boss and don't have to use an alarm clock!!:)Plus there's money in sweat equity.I move every two or three years to a new fixer upper.I live in Raytown right now. Last night was our twentieth reunion...it was nice...we've got a nice group of people we went to school with,ya know it??And we're a good looking bunch.It was so nice to see my old friends from St. Bernadettes.Every five years is'nt often enough to get together with some of the people I used to know...and did'nt know...how nice it was to chat with classmates I've never got to know back then.We're really a nice group of people. I managed to get some phone numbers and will make a better effort to stay in touch from now on!
I tried to transfer all my photos
and videos from my Myspace site but just can't get things to cooperate...You can see everything if you look me up on Myspace directly...look me up under the friend search-by-e-mail: email@example.com Thanks everyone for sharing a night out at the reunion...what a nice place that was!If it's all the same to the committee,I would'nt change the location for our 25th.Hopefully it worked out financially and all.
Talk to you later!!
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