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Ken

For all the years I have know you, I do not recall hearing this charming story. Isn’t it interesting where one ends up on life’s journey. When I met you 20 years ago, I never imagined I would end up owning a house and living in Ft. Lauderdale. Thanks for sharing your story. Great picture! I can see why the men at the Met were smitten with you. I miss you.

philip

Of all the thousands of conversations we had, it's odd that I never told you about my first solo trip to NYC. I guess we had too much else to talk about!

I was aware at the time that some of the guys on the line were buzzing around me, but I was petrified. Remember, it was another eight years before I actually DID anything about it!

Growing up in a small town - honestly - I had no clue what life was really like. You were lucky to grow up in a city - not the most stimulating city on Earth - but at least the horizons were broader than in a town of 700 people.

Following your heart & instincts to Florida was the best thing you've ever done. I'm sure you agree!

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