I agree with the last paragraph but what happened to the top half. Was this memo written to me? I don't believe I ever saw it. Did it come from the archives of GY?Busted again? Gordie's mom
Mom, no idea where the top half went. I found this mixed in with some old photos. I can't imagine why you never saw it.
Did you know that Sister Grace is still with us? I thought she was in her seventies back in 82.
Gordie, Gordie, Gordie. "I can't imagine why you never saw it" sounds suspiciously like "the dog ate it." Yep, busted.
I'm actually surprised to see such bold words from Sr. Grace. If she wrote that to your Mom, I can only imagine the note that went home with Etienne! She really should have mailed it directly to your Mom in an unmarked envelope (...maybe she did). Tsk.Kristen
Not only is Gracie still around, last I heard she is taking care of her mother! Formidable, non?!Kelly
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