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Friday, January 6, 2017

When we were 53 years younger!



I projected some of these in my powerpoint presentation at the last Reunion. But as we approach our 50th Anniversary, I thought of sharing them once again.

As most of you know, I have been sending daily updates on the Reunion only to those who have confirmed attendance. 

These are from our 2nd MB trip and the Block Seniors-Staff cricket match. 















10 comments:

  1. Wonderful nostalgic photos. Thank you. Where have all these years gone.
    We are all now knocking on heaven's door

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  2. I like your optimism ND. Heaven's door we all hope!it will be nice to get there after a hell of a time! Who the devil said that?

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  4. Knocking on heavens door was a song written by Bob Dylan and it was revived by Eric Clapton when his toddler son fell from a high rise flat in the USA. Knocking on the door doesn't mean it will be opened without the milk of human kindness and points accrued from good deeds. St Peter, one of Christ's disciples, has the key to the pearly gates. A kind of passport control and immigration. No economic migrants allowed. It is said it is harder for a rich man to enter heaven than a camel to go through the eye of a needle. Good luck my friends in your quest for glory.

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  5. I hasten to add -- just take your time

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  6. Pity the photos don't appear. They should be in JPEG format as I have indicated.

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  7. I checked with many and none have the photos appearing!

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  8. I had no time to look into this. So I deleted them. If you look up old e-mails, I think they have been posted before.

    But I hope you have seen them all because I e-mailed them to the entire batch.

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  9. I had no problem and have seen them all in emails.

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  10. Me too, I am unable to see the photos, but I am sure I saw them in the emails that came earlier. Even the blank spaces let me imagine i.e put the 'image in' by memory. Isn't that what we do anyway? We look with our eyes but see with our imagination. I had better not take that too far! Zita

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