Monday January 30. A good weekend.

Written by Jack van Ommen on January 30th, 2012

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In my previous blog I wrote about the surprise re-discovery, in church, of friends from the mid seventies. Peggy and Dennis had me over for dinner and invited Pierre and Hélène  as well. And I got to meet three of their children who were babies the last time I saw them. We had a lot to catch up on.

Yesterday I went to say good bye to my friends in Gig Harbor and attended mass at St. Nicholas. I visited my Dutch American friends Albert and Johanna and then got together with a bunch of my old sailing friends at Terry and Janet’s home for dinner and a slide showing of the Danube trip.  

 

 

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