If only they knew, said Melissa. Diane, where are you?


Actually, this is not the time to go searching for redheads, in my computer.
The art exhibition, to celebrate my 65th birthday, on October 8, has suddenly taken over my mind, and is competing strongly with the looking after of the Maroubra Bay High School reunion website.
But the new group, devoted to red-headed people distracted me.
Looking for pictures and paintings in my albums, slide boxes (the 8mm films cannot be viewed any more) for redheads, brings back good fun memories again.
Today, in the art class, in Hazelhurst, while discussing the Remembering exhibition, the teacher, Melissa, who has seen me work on all the paintings, except one, these last, almost three years, remarked that it’s a pity that the children, (by now possibly grand-parents, or getting closer to it) will not know that my paintings will be on public display.
I explained that through the website that took over from Schoolfriends. com. au, I HAVE tried to contact as many as I can.
Even, just before driving to today’s art class, I was sending a message via FriendsReunited.com to Dianne (Diane?)‘s sister, whom I’d found there quite some time ago.
I hope the message reaches her.
Meanwhile, the front cover of the latest Sun & Health magazine, lying here, on top of my printer, is doing its best to attract my attention.

If only they knew, said Melissa. Diane, where are you?

MrJoop

Joined November 2007

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Redheads, a distraction.

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