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  1. Hey Chip…you likely do not remember me; I was also in the ’64 class of PHS, as a rather unremarkable student. I was, however, able to find my way into a 34 year career trying to convince students at Texas A&M University that the discipline of Plant Pathology could be a useful and productive career.
    I hope you are doing well with life’s challenges, as many of us are also experiencing similar issues.
    I have, recently, been slapped in the face with an interest (renewed??) in prose and poetry. I am not sure how I happened upon your web site (but I am glad that I did) but somehow my computer-based searches for various poems and related material flashed you web site before my eyes!
    During Ms Coffman’s, Mrs Ripper’s, and even Mrs Adam’s 10th, 11th, and 12th grade English classes, I always seemed to enjoy prose and poetry, and especially interpretational aspects, meanings etc. Although not obvious to me at the time, I must have buried away a primordial interest/love the works of Robert Frost, Tennyson, Keats, Kipling, etc., as their works now return
    a smile to my face.
    Just wanted to say “HI!” and see if you might somehow remember this “subclinical” 1964 PHS classmate.
    Oh….and by the way…I still remember the 2727 situps that you completed in P.E. to set the school record…even though that feat cost you being tardy to Mrs. Lesser’s algebra class. (Pretty good for an almost 76 year old mind, eh??)
    Sorry for the long email….but in the words of Mark Twain……..”if I’d had the time, I would have written a shorter letter”

    Take care and God bless,
    Larry Barnes..PHS ’64


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