Lessons learned, forgotten, remembered

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“Not knowing the answer to your question and having a high regard for the truth, I feel a hesitancy in articulating for fear of prevaricating unintentially.” 

That quote from Miss Elizabeth, our beloved English teacher who single handedly improved the English language for an entire generation may be the only thing I remember from this wonderful, crazy, messy weekend.

I am a woman caught up in the 60s – the early sixties.  This weekend I had a double dose of my favorite everything –

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United Nations prepares for opening session, ur, make that “party”

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The class of 65 is in route to Mississippi for the 50th reunion of West Point High School aka as the “United Nations.”   Preparing to call the session to order and performing a last minute sound check are Norma Clark Atkins and Olivia Catledge Portera and the nice fella who is serving as audiovisual technical director for special effects. His name escapes me as does the day of the week.  Olivia thought it was Thursday but I was pretty sure it is only Wednesday – only three days to go.

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