Reconnecting

On Sunday we drove to the big city for a BBQ with friends from long ago. Many of those attending were former students of my husband’s who are now in fact tenured professors themselves. It was heartwarming to gather together with them, and their families. There was a ping pong tournament with the twin daughters of one former student, a jam session with two of the guys in which one “child” (over 200 pounds!) also participated. Where did the time go?

Here they are… the four computer science profs.July14-2013TOparty

And here they are down in the man cave, doing their music thing.July14-2013TOparty2

July14-2013TOparty3One of the “boys” joins in.July14-2013TOparty4Some Daddies with their kids…July14-2013TOparty5 July14-2013TOparty6Some Mommies too.July14-2013TOparty7 July14-2013TOparty8Later I asked to see the “mommy den”. This came in two parts, Mommy the carpenter who built their new kitchen,July14-2013TOparty9and Mommy the seemstress’s area. This particular Mommy is also a computer science professor.July14-2013TOparty10How wonderful it is to see everyone doing so well…and how proud DH is to be a part of it all!

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Gardener, knitter, wife, mother of 2, grandmother, and lots more.
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5 Responses to Reconnecting

  1. Alice Jordon says:

    Joy!

  2. Sue says:

    Not too many people can see the results of their work decades later. How satisfying and fun to boot!

  3. Chris Nicholson says:

    I’m so glad you had the chance to share in former students lives.

    The ingredients get mixed, but it takes time for the yeast to raise the bread and the bread to bake. A former student at the little “cardboard and string” school I founded in 1971 is back to teach there herself after lots of education, travel, experience out over the world. Very exciting!
    The school is now over 40 years old with four classrooms, seven staff members and over 50 children serving pre-kindergarten through 6th grade.

  4. Chris, I’d love to hear more about your school and how it came to be! I wish I could see photos from then and now as well!

  5. Deanne says:

    Looks like a great time was had by all!

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