Saturday, January 21, 2006

Farewell Party

So, my friend Gary L. hosted a goodbye party for me last night. There were several people there that I hadn't seen in a long time. It was wonderful. Gary had all these great hors d'oeuvres and drinks and we got to see his lovely home. Everyone was in rare form. The best part was the gift everyone put together for me. Gary had each of my friends create a scrapbook page for me with memories and put it into a book. I have a feeling I will be looking at that book a lot. All the people I care about are in there and it puts a smile on my face just seeing it. A few people still need to be in there (Vieve, Ellen, Maya, Sonya, Brad) but even far away friends like Kelly, Brandon, Guillermo and Khrisslyn contributed. It is so special to me. So, those friends who don't have pages yet, please contribute. I can see this will be one of my most prized possessions and it wouldn't be the same without you.

I'm so lucky to have so many wonderful friends. It makes it doubly hard to leave...

5 comments:

Genevieve said...

I feel bad about that... I told Gary I would send something, but I just haven't had the time. What size is the book? I'll send you something soon!

Ellen said...

Crap!

Send me the measurements when you send it to Genevieve.

Hey, did you just read the new Trinity mag? Did you know that Sheridan is like a millionare? Blew me away.

Genevieve said...

hey, Ellen, when have you had time to read that puppy? I just got mine tonight!

Malady said...

Miss Ellen---The measurements are about
9 1/4" by 6 1/2".

Yes, I alread knew all that about Sheridan from when Brad and I were still speaking. He neglected to mention that Brad helped him start Atension. He married someone very wealthy after college but I think they are now divorced. Sheridan is very talented. It's nice to hear about a success story like that. Maybe I can get him to donate to something!

Genevieve said...

I feel like this is not the first time the Trinity magazine has featured Sheridan -- am I wrong? or maybe no one else from our class is very successful.