On May 29, 1981, we were mostly 18-year-olds ready to catch a ride on the coattails of life and change the world. We waltzed across the stage, grabbed a diploma, and ran out to live.
That was a long time ago.
We had a class reunion this past Saturday, April 15. A lot has happened between those two dates.
To be exact, 15,296 days have happened. Over 2,185 weeks, 504 plus months, almost 42 years!
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As I write this, we’re on the plane home from a week of adventures.
It was late this past Sunday morning, traveling, Columbus, Indiana.
Janet and I were on our way to the Creation Science Museum in Kentucky, and then the Ark Encounter forty-five miles past that.
It was brunch time and we drove through downtown Columbus. We decided to grab something fast before heading on to Kentucky.
We like the “local flavor” of places, especially in rural areas, so when we spotted a hole in the wall diner near the town square, it seemed perfect.
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