This last week-end I had a wonderful opportunity to connect with some old friends. We were all young wives and mothers at the First Baptist Church of Burns, Oregon in the early 1970's. The gals planned a reunion, and we rented a house at Sunriver for the week-end. Here we are in Sunriver Village, and for the benefit of Nancy, Mom and my girls, here are the names: L to R is: Barb Borden, me, Cheryl Wilson, Rolleen Reed, Marilyn Radmacher, my sister-in-law Peggy Asmussen and Linda Wilbur. We have not all been together since those early days, so it was a huge treat. We ate good food, and Peg fixed a taco salad like we used to eat in those days. We shared, laughed, cried, prayed, read, walked and even shopped. As the old song says, "Make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and the other gold."