Legenda 24: Stuff worth reading

[Legenda offers a brief, non-inclusive index of stuff I noticed and enjoyed since the last episode. It doesn’t usually include materials presented on the major fansites, which I love dearly, but which are linked in the sidebar. Because I always forget or just miss stuff, please add additional pieces of interest via link in the comments.]

My parents celebrated their fifty-first wedding anniversary today. Deo gratias that they are both in shape to enjoy it. And it was my 25th high school reunion, and I wasn’t there. Deo gratias for entirely different reasons.

~ by Servetus on April 29, 2012.

10 Responses to “Legenda 24: Stuff worth reading”

  1. Many congratulations to your parents on their 51st wedding anniversary! May they have lots of happy years ahead of them! 🙂


  2. Well my signed photograph is from 2007 and I don’t feel guilty for asking for one……..I would never dream of selling it and I would never buy one from ebay etc
    I’m glad it was a spur of the moment thing if I did it now I might hesitate too long…….


  3. Hi Servet,
    Thank you for your kind words!


  4. 51 years is an impressive time! Congratulations! 🙂

    And high school reunions, aren’t they kinda over-rated anyway?


    • Gosh I hate high-school reunions! We had the 21st anniversary one last year. It was terrible! One of our old teachers attended and he said the only point of life was to have children…only 3 people of our class don’t have children, myself and 2 guys.After the teacher finished his little speech, one of those guys said, OK,I suppose I’ll have go home now and kill myself! (he was joking of course). However (not just because of this little episode) I vowed to myself never to attend any other highschool reunions ever again.


    • They’ve been married since they were 19!

      My feeling is that the people I want to see from high school, I’m in contact with. That would be approximately four people. It was interesting to see the pictures pop up on facebook today. I didn’t even recognize most of the people, and I went to a consolidated school in a rural area, so spent most of 13 straight years with them …


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