Just realized I should get active on this site!
Journalism has been my career path. Not so financially rewarding, but rewarding in so many other ways! Finally called it quits in June of 2017 with no regrets.
I've been enjoying relaxing with my family and many friends as much as possible.
Life is too short not to be happy every day!
I sold my house in Maryland & bought a condo in Delaware only about 5 miles apart. Now I have a lot less maintenance issues, but I dearly miss my garden! I often think fondly of growing up in Hobart with its all-American ways. I wouldn't trade it for anything!
So many to recall, it's hard to single out a few. Riding bikes all day without fear of danger, playing my 45s until my mother got sick of them, learning to dance by watching American Bandstand and going to the Ho-Hive during lunch after Abbott's.
Lo-Jacs, B&K, and Paul's. Friday night football in Brickie Bowl! Dancing in the lobby at HHS. Dorothy Thompson pulled plug one day to measure girls' skirts, charging they were too short! Of course, making floats for homecoming, hayrides, parties, dances, parades, Frey's Dairy Queen.
Perhaps, tipping over the construction outhouse behind HHS and getting called to Dorothy Cox's office!