Pictured with 13 month old
son Kainen and 7 yr old daughter Amethyst. Not pictured,
6 year old son, Max.
Hello Everyone, I'm writing
this regretfully to say that I am unable to attend the first
reunion. I am very disappointed even though I don't know
who remembers me. However, I was looking forward to reminising
about our high school days and reaquainting myself with
all of you. And, I was looking forward to partying!!
I live way over on the east
coast in Virginia Beach, VA. Ya know, the same city Rudy
Boesch from "Survivor" lives. We just celebrated his homecoming
because he is the talk of the town and our hero. Plus, I
work for the local news CBS affiliate and we are very pleased
with "Survivor" success. So to get in on the success we
are making several Rudy specials. Here it is "RUDY RUDY
RUDY...SURVIVOR SURVIVOR SURVIVOR."
But that's not the reason
I cannot attend the reunion. Personally, this has been a
rough year and there are just too many things I cannot leave
unattended even for a few days. However, My heart will be
with everyone this Labor Day weekend. Everyone have a great
time. I'll just be looking forward to online coverage of
the event. Stephen Park...I'm sure will not disappoint.
He has done a wonderful job with his website.
Did anyone buy the YEARVIDEO?
I did. Maybe someone else still has their's and can show
it at the party. It is a great spring board for memories.
My favorite memory of highschool
is the Senior Class Play. I bonded with most of my classmate
through that experience. Plus, I turned out to pursue an
artist career, so the play was very rewarding for my artistic
personallity. Yes, I was shy or some might say quiet in
high school. That's particularly why I was looking forward
to the reunion...to say...hey maybe I really didn't know
you back then, but let's get to know each other now. Remembering
our roots is very important. It defines the journey we have
taken to become the people we are today.
Those of you who have hung
on and continued to read this letter. Thank you. Have a
great time at the reunion and I hope I get to see you at
the next one. Aloha, Mighty Class of 1990.