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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Reunion photos

Hi Pat,
I finally figured out how to do this. I reduced the photos to fit a page and not take as long to e-mail. here a few with you & Judy. dick Garbowski has a blog that he ill post all the photos on if you want to see them. His address is: dickgarbo@qmail.com & dickgarbo.friends@blogger.com
Hope all is going well for you and the family. Ron's sister finally left her husband Brian. things have not gone well for the past few years, as he drinks too much - and other problems. I really feel for her. She left the house and rented an apartment. I do not know where. Jamie is still in college. I can't remember if she is a sophomore or a junior @ that college where there was that shooting, I think it is VA State. MY memory is leaving me!
Those photos you sent me before the reunion need to be reduced. Here is how it is done.
Bring up the photos: right click on the photo, click on open - click on Paint, go to the top of the screen and click on the Image Tab, a screen should come up with Horizontal and Vertical. You can click on any size you want. I first did 30 - 30 then tried 28 - 28 and 26 - 26 to see which one was better. This reduces the size of the photo making it easier to view. then you click on OK, then hit the X at the top corner. It asks you if you want to save the correction. If you do not like it, just hit NO if you do like it, hit save and it goes back to the album and you are ready to do the next print. Hope that works. Believe it or not, I took al the photos and am not in one. Can't find myself anywhere - except behind the camera. HA!
The night was too short, I did not get a chance to visit with many classmates. Even the night before, as it was not a good place to be able to sit and talk and visit. A bar is no place for OLD FOLKS to sit and visit. Maybe next time we should go to the Canonsburg Park and have an afternoon picnic so everyone can visit without a lot of back round commotion.
Norma Jean