Reunion Reflection

I just returned from my 48th high school reunion in Moorestown, NJ.  It was wonderful to see so many friends who were part of those special years.  As we are all in our 60′s now, many retired, the conversations were focused on what people were doing with their lives – now.  How lucky I felt on two fronts:  to have embraced art in my life and to live by the sea.  ”Art saves lives” my dear friend, Sue, likes to say and I add that being able to walk a beach breathes new life into a soul too.  It was interesting to me that many of my classmates have also retreated to a coast, a river or a lake.

As I reflect on this reunion, may we all be forever young at heart, creative in spirit, interesting in thought, supportive in friendship and honest in our words.  May the wisdom of our generation be appreciated and respected.  The fifties and sixties were incredible years to experience, and gathered together as a class Saturday eve, they were honored once again.  Those were good years.

Off to walk, or maybe dance, along the sandy shoreline of my life……………….Midge

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  1. Posted May 1, 2014 at 4:21 am | Permalink

    What a beautiful reminiscence, Midge. I am glad you were able to gather with your classmates and share. My 40th is in June – not sure if I will go.

    Love your beautiful blog. I will place it in my blog’s blogroll if the link transfers over!

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