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Friday, July 11, 2003

Friday Fives

1. Do you remember your first best friend? Who was it? This is a very hard question. My mom babysat any and all kids in the neighborhood, and there were always tons of cousins and neighbors around the house. In kindergarten and first grade my best friend was Clancy Kingsbury, who moved to Rapid City, SD when we were in 8th grade. But we were virtually inseparable until then.

2. Are you still in touch with this person? I talked with him once since that time. So, no.

3. Do you have a current close friend? Again, a very hard question. I am still close to many of my college friends and have good number of work friends that I am close to. But Ed and my sister Julz are at the top of the close friend chart. Our close knit trio is more than family.

4. How did you become friends with this person? My sister and Ed went to kindergarten together and they have known each other forever. Julie insisted that Ed and I become friends and since then, we have. It is good to have a weekend beer drinking buddy to go carousing with. We have a similar outrageous sense of humor and laugh at each other's jokes and banter.

5. Is there a friend from your past that you wish you were still in contact with? Why? I have lost contact with most of my Army buddies and would like to drop in on them and catch up. Because we were stationed in Germany, miles away from home, we had very close, deep friendships and I would like to bring them back into my life.