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03/18/20 03:24 PM #3293    

Pam Galbraith (Hudson)

Thanks Jan for the chart!  Everyone stay hunkered down, eat healthy, drink plenty of water and pray that this invisible enemy disappears soon and forever!  Think positive thoughts too!!!!!smiley


03/19/20 10:55 AM #3294    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

Manuel, if I knew that, I would have stocked up months ago and been selling TP out of the trunk of my car in the Costco parking lot. Call it mass hysteria for toilet paper. Someone must have started a rumor. Fortunately, it doesn't spoil or go out of style so those who did stock up are set through 2030.


03/19/20 02:05 PM #3295    

Marcia Kelso (Wilkinson)

Manny - there's always Kleenex.  Go out and start hoarding that.   Marcia (Kelso) Wilkinson


03/20/20 10:06 AM #3296    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

People used to use corn cobs.


03/20/20 06:37 PM #3297    

 

Dale Benington

Back in the mid-70s, when I took some kids backpacking, at Young Life's Wilderness Ranch, out in Colorado, in the mountains, the rule was that whatever we carried out on the trail had to come back in with us. So there was no toilet paper allowed. Instead we used snow. It was very effective, as long as you waited until later in the day when it wasn't so icey. But none of that information would help Manuel, down there in Florida.

Oh, by the way, we are cancelling this month's Fundango, at the Springmeadows Ralphies. We'll let you know when we can start things up again.


03/21/20 06:54 AM #3298    

Joseph Goodell

I jubeaches were full of sprink breakers who apparently don't watch the news .  Both my flights were aboutonly 20 passengers only , Armands circle was a ghost town . Oh and BTW overseas I was taught to just use your hand , left hand of course and eat with your right don't worry it all washes off


03/21/20 11:33 AM #3299    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

Is that Rick Boyd, class of 68, on the front page of The Blade, covered in mask and gloves?


03/21/20 02:08 PM #3300    

 

Walter "Chip" Carstensen

I just posted an announcement on the Home page suggested by classmate Gary Panczner.  Please take the time to check it out.  It is a volunteer effort for sewing enthusiasts to sew masks for people to use especially those medical personnel on the front lines.  Good idea!


03/21/20 02:58 PM #3301    

 

Patrick Gilbert

Great idea Chip. I'm going to copy that and post it up on my Facebook page! Thanks!


03/22/20 09:23 AM #3302    

Rick Boyd

That's me in the flesh


03/22/20 12:05 PM #3303    

 

Janis Fought (Brown)

I am sewing. Promedica has a web site with instructions. St. Lukes needs them also.

03/22/20 01:41 PM #3304    

 

Patrick Gilbert

Jeff Willets has posted an update on his recent surgery. It is up on our homepage! Glad all went well Jeff!


03/23/20 08:37 AM #3305    

Joseph Goodell

Speedy recovery Rick and especially Jeff Willets who I knew so well as young adults , GET WELL both of you


03/23/20 07:45 PM #3306    

 

Jeff Willets

Thanks Joe, yes we go way back


03/24/20 07:10 AM #3307    

Manuel Chambers

Jeff I'm glad to here your surgery went well. I have heard great things about the Cleveland Clinic and knew you were in great hands. I hope you and Rick a safe and successful recovery. I hope both of you are listening to your doctors. ✌️❤️🍩


03/24/20 08:15 AM #3308    

Marcia Kelso (Wilkinson)

Jeff - so glad to hear that you are doing well with the surgeries you did have done.  The Clinic is a great place, so you're in good hands (I speak from experience).  It sounds like you have the right attitude - keep it up, as that's great for recovery.  Rick, a speedy recovery for you also.  I wish I could sew (with all this free time), but that's not something my mom taught me.  But I'm glad some of you are doing this great service.  Let's all stay healthy, and stay inside and out of harm's way.  Blessings to all.    Marcia


03/24/20 10:14 AM #3309    

Rick Boyd

Jeff   Sounds like you're surgery went well. Keep pushing through. It's been along time since you hit me in the head with that play gun. Why did I have to go to jail anyway at the age of 6?  Take care


03/24/20 11:04 AM #3310    

Roger Worley

Jeff so glad to hear your surgery went well and I'm sure you know to listen to those doctors, this should be the end of your hospital stays cause I don't think you have anything left to operate on,I'll be praying for you . And Rick you hang in there and take one day at a time,each day you'll see small improvement"s you'll be back to your old self before you know it

03/24/20 07:04 PM #3311    

 

Jeff Willets

Rick, Roger, Manuel, Marcia,,,,,,,,,,,thanks for all of the words of encouragement, attitdue is most important, and I intend to beat this, just like the other 2 times.


03/24/20 07:31 PM #3312    

 

Patrick Gilbert

Go get em Jeff! Praying for your recovery...


03/25/20 10:09 AM #3313    

 

Walter "Chip" Carstensen

Glad surgery went well Jeff.  Wish you the best in recovery. Hopefully in a month or so we can hit the links again with Arnie and other friends.


03/26/20 06:32 AM #3314    

 

Jeff Willets

tt was a miracle, otherwise I'd still be innthe Hospital, waiting on the skin graft to take hold.  Might need more than a month, range of motion on my right side is pretty poor, but as as possible, go to get the boys out there for a day of golf, bullshit, and lies.


04/01/20 01:27 PM #3315    

 

Frank Fischer

  Hi everybody,

I don't get on this site that often .  Are the notes from Chip, there seems to be no identification I hope people are healing well. I had a mild stroke in April  it has changed my lifestyle big time  but I'm still grateful, it was a minor! 
Stay healthy and safe in isolation 

Blessings and peace to all   Frank 

 

 


04/01/20 01:55 PM #3316    

 

Nancy Wolff (Szymanski)

Hi Frank - our Melbourne, FL classmate is Rick Burr & he's healing well.  The man who experienced prayers answered is Jeff Willets & he is also on the mend.  Thank God that you are doing well - just made you slow down a bit more??   I hope all of the great class of '68 comes through this pandemic.  Prayers & blessings for everyone - please take care & stay home - even though we all hate that. 

 


04/01/20 07:41 PM #3317    

 

Jeff Willets

Frank, glad this was just a MINOR stroke, nother minor about anything with the heart.  Thank God you are well, stay safe and well,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,everyone.


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