Kay, Not Karen

Something occurs to me as I sit to blog. . . I enjoy writing about my friends, and I really love spending time with them. Especially this one. . .we’ve been friends since Mrs. Claxton’s fourth grade math class at McDonough Middle School. Do you know what...

Project Fifty: Samantha

Samantha Elliott.  Stellar then, stellar now.  Sam is one of my classmates whom I’ve known since grade school.  She was always a top-notch student; her name was called at each and every awards ceremony.  She was a musician in our school bands, and she was in...

Project Fifty: Kay

When you’ve known someone since fourth grade, as I have Kay Whaley, there’s a tendency to lock them in at that age.  I remember 8-year old Kay; the girl with the waist-long hair, the cheerleader with the barely-scuffed saddle oxfords, the most stylish...

Project Fifty: Lori

Lori Goodrich.  When I close my eyes and think about this name and the person attached to it, I smile and perhaps laugh out loud a little.  Even bigger than her beauty, is her sense of humor and self-deprecation.  She was always willing to put herself out there for...

Project Fifty: Suzanne

Before I delve into the Q & A with Suzanne, I want to describe from my perspective the Suzanne Fannin I knew in high school.  She and I had a different circle of friends, but of course, we all knew each other.  I have a sensory memory of Suzanne and her friends...

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