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What are you doing to deal with the outbreak? How are you spending your time?

 

 

 

Well, many of the Lancers I talk to are spending more time in the garden.

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Rodney Handsfield, M. D. on September 13, 2020 at 1:04 AM said:

Hear, Hear, Bill, (mit apologies to our fearless leader, Paul). “When you mix politics and medicine; you get politics!” Anthony Fauci, M. D.
Steven Lowe, 63 on August 25, 2020 at 11:51 AM said:

Reading, golf, fly fishing and involved in building an interactive website for my other high school Sa Diego Military Academy. Respecting this virus. Can’t travel and that’s hard. Good luck everyone.
PAUL SAEVIG, ‘67 on August 25, 2020 at 7:00 AM said:

WELL, I AM NOT IN A FINANCIAL POSITION TO BE ABLE TO HELP MUCH, I;VE TRIED TO BE USEFUL TO MY '60S CLASSMATES BY SENDING THEM GOOD ARTICLES, CARTOONS PHOTOGRAPHS AND OTHER ITEMS THAT MIGHT INFORM OR INSPIRE THEM AND MAKE THEM SMILE OR EVEN LAUGH. I ALSO PUBLISH MUCH MORE OF THIS MATERIAL IN THE SPOON,

PERSONALLY, I'VE TRIED TO REFLECT ON MY OWN VALUES AND SEEK RESOLUTION WHEN POSSIBLE, ALONG WITH BALANCING OF OPPOSITES, I THINK WE ALL NEED TO AS WE ENTER OLD AGE, THE LAST STAGE OF OUR LIVES, WE’RE REMINDED TO BY THE INCREASED RATES OF CLASSMATE DEATHS.

NOW I HAVE TO CHUCKLE, I KNOW THAT TO MANY OF YOU, WHAT I JUST WROTE SOUNDS LIKE GIBBERISH AND TOUCHY FEELY NONSENSE,

I CAN ONLY SAY:

AS YOU LIKE,

BLESSINGS ON YOU ALL,
Lora Summerwill, ‘64 on August 24, 2020 at 8:51 PM said:

I live in Cedar Rapids Iowa. On August 10, without warning 115 mile an hour winds ripped through our community for most of an hour. Many trees were destroyed including trees in our property that were 100 years old. Many people lost more than trees. Homes were destroyed, several apartment buildings lost their second floors. It was a miracle that no one was killed.
We were without electricity for 11 days but we were blessed that our home had minimal damage. What happens when the lights go out? No hot showers, no operation of the Refigerator or freezer, the gas stations have no electricity to run the gas pumps, but friends show up to help. All debris is hauled to the curb and we had a pile 15 feet high and 30 feet deep. Help was everywhere. The linemen that hooked up my electricity had come to Cedar Rapids after working the hurricane that had hit the east coast and they left Cedar Rapids to go work the Texas Storm : Marco and Laura. They are the true heroes..
We will recover it just may take a while. blessings to all my SHHS friends and classmates... Lora Beaman Summerwill

THANKS, LOLLY, IT’S A CRIME THE WAY SMALLER STATES LIKE IOWA ARE NEGLECTED, YOU ALREADY HAD YOUR DEVASTATING FLOODS IN RECENT YEARS. UNFORTUNATELY, NOT ALL IOWANS WERE AS FORTUNATE AS YOU WERE IN RECEIVING NEIGHBORLY HELP. MANY NEIGHBORHOODS IN TOWNS AND CITIES THROUGHOUT THE STATE LACK THE RESOURCES TO HELP EACH OTHER MUCH, THEY HAVE NO MONEY TO SPARE, NO CARS OR TRUCKS. MANY HAVE TOO LITTLE NOURISHING FOOD OR MEDICAL CARE THEY NEED TO BE HEALTHY ENOUGH TO HELP, -- PAUL
John Schulze on August 24, 2020 at 5:46 PM said:

Amen Bill
Bill Morgan, ‘67 on August 24, 2020 at 5:26 PM said:

Following the science. Listening to those that know. Politics and pandemic should not be used in the same sentence.

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