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Gravatar tess said:
All the mile stones in our lives set us free to meet the challenges of the next in line. Loved your entry and thanks for the retrospect!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:43:15 PM

Gravatar Valorie said:
WOW, both were tied into this weeks challenge masterfully! Neat that you stuck to your goal and eventually (paid) off to be (free) for marriage! Congrats on each and every year!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:43:47 PM

Gravatar Phinney said:
This is GREAT! Your words are as good, if not better at evoking the meaning of FREE than the photos themselves. Great job! ~Phinney
Date: 5/30/2006 7:44:24 PM

Gravatar Karen Funk Blocher said:
Wow. Two very different approaches here. Three or four, really, now that I think about it some more. I especially loved reading what your high school and college years meant to you. I'm amazed anyone would have thought you needed a husband in lieu of a career. That's so 1960! Sure, college is a good place to meet the love of your life, but that's not what it's for, especially for someone with your talents. I'm glad you got both the degree and the spouse out of it! Karen
Date: 5/30/2006 7:44:46 PM

Gravatar SuzanneR said:
I well remember the free feeling at graduating from high school -- didn't make it through college, though. What a neat story about your graduation from college and I love the way both pictures tie in to the theme.
Date: 5/30/2006 7:45:29 PM

Gravatar Carly said:
LOL. I LOVED John Inman in "Are you being served." I like your entry very much...excellent darlin!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:45:58 PM

Gravatar SassyDeb said:
Loved the grad. cap! First entry is unique; indeed there are nmany great broadcasts on PBS even though I am not familiar with this one! blessings, SD
Date: 5/30/2006 7:46:30 PM

Gravatar Tammy said:
My grandparents watched that show and introduced it to my kids. They loved it! Your graduation story was really great! I live in a small town, so I really understood your "free." Loved the added romance :)
Date: 5/30/2006 7:47:01 PM

Gravatar deslily said:
the graduation cap is a good one.. be it HS or College I think every kid felt "free" that day!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:47:18 PM

Gravatar tess said:
All the mile stones in our lives set us free to meet the challenges of the next in line. Loved your entry and thanks for the retrospect!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:43:15 PM

Gravatar Valorie said:
WOW, both were tied into this weeks challenge masterfully! Neat that you stuck to your goal and eventually (paid) off to be (free) for marriage! Congrats on each and every year!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:43:47 PM

Gravatar Phinney said:
This is GREAT! Your words are as good, if not better at evoking the meaning of FREE than the photos themselves. Great job! ~Phinney
Date: 5/30/2006 7:44:24 PM

Gravatar Karen Funk Blocher said:
Wow. Two very different approaches here. Three or four, really, now that I think about it some more. I especially loved reading what your high school and college years meant to you. I'm amazed anyone would have thought you needed a husband in lieu of a career. That's so 1960! Sure, college is a good place to meet the love of your life, but that's not what it's for, especially for someone with your talents. I'm glad you got both the degree and the spouse out of it! Karen
Date: 5/30/2006 7:44:46 PM

Gravatar SuzanneR said:
I well remember the free feeling at graduating from high school -- didn't make it through college, though. What a neat story about your graduation from college and I love the way both pictures tie in to the theme.
Date: 5/30/2006 7:45:29 PM

Gravatar Carly said:
LOL. I LOVED John Inman in "Are you being served." I like your entry very much...excellent darlin!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:45:58 PM

Gravatar SassyDeb said:
Loved the grad. cap! First entry is unique; indeed there are nmany great broadcasts on PBS even though I am not familiar with this one! blessings, SD
Date: 5/30/2006 7:46:30 PM

Gravatar Tammy said:
My grandparents watched that show and introduced it to my kids. They loved it! Your graduation story was really great! I live in a small town, so I really understood your "free." Loved the added romance :)
Date: 5/30/2006 7:47:01 PM

Gravatar deslily said:
the graduation cap is a good one.. be it HS or College I think every kid felt "free" that day!
Date: 5/30/2006 7:47:18 PM



 


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