Sharon, I agree that's it's strange/interesting that are paths didn't fall too far apart...I wonder how many of us in that sweet old car went into any areas of services for others.Judy Sigman wrote me saying she has been an elementary school teacher...was it the generation or should Judy have been in that car? Just kidding, the songs of the time had a huge influence on us all and service was where we naturally headed. I am currently employed as a case manager for Court Appointed Special Advocates for children. Stay in touch?
Farming, lucky you! I want to be a pig farmer when I grow up. Been doing social work since 1979, when I got my MSW from Florida State. Been in Cheyenne, WY since 1986, and recently changed jobs. I think that it's awesome that we are all starting to look for each other and am glad I found a link thru Face Book! Pass my regards on to Peggy...I thought I recognized the last name, I did not know she actually had a brother!
Hi Sharon! We used to go riding around in my old 1958 Chevy. Remember? Did you marry Peggy's brother? It's interesting that people are starting to look for each other, after all this time...So, what are you doing in Georgia?