Friends playing live music. Doesn’t get much better.
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Gerald Raymond “Jerry” Nunn
My father died last week. Not entirely unexpectedly—he had some recent serious health problems—but it was still a shock to get the call the morning of August 8 that he had died the day before.
This is the story of three different men, all of them my father, each living a distinctly different part of one life.
Forty years ago today at 09:23 MDT, Julie Anne joined the world with a yowl, and the world blinked at the sudden arrival of this brightest of lights in its midst.
Forty years on, the light’s brighter still.
Look, even the kitchen calendar is getting in on the act.
Everyone, go pester Jewells with birthday wishes at her various online haunts:
On December 2, 1969, at 10:08 PST, Katharine entered the world. It’s been a hell of a ride since. ;-D
We all love you.
Everyone, go pester Kat with birthday wishes at her various online haunts:
Another year closer to the next big milestone! And only a year younger than I am for the next four months.
Everyone, wish Julie Anne a happy day:
UPDATE: I hit my fund-raising goals in early June—thank you to everyone who donated!
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Friends and family joining me shortly for dinner and hanging out. At midnight we’ll crowd out onto my balcony to toast the new year and watch the Space Needle fireworks display from 6 blocks away.
It’s like living a postcard each year.
Happy new year!
It occurred to me a couple of days ago how much my life has changed in the last ten years, so I started pondering it a little more deeply.
In the last ten years, I have
- lived in five cities across three states
- held three jobs, each in a wildly different industry from the previous
- moved seven times
- bought two new cars
- had three wireless phone numbers on two different carriers
- experienced great financial freedom and worrying financial instability
- had four main email addresses
- fallen out of contact with both of my parents
Not remotely comprehensive analysis of the decade, but certainly some of the high (and low) points.
Here, then, some details to illustrate life’s unforeseen adventures.
Fun weekend ahead. Work week
can’t end soon enough!
So today’s The Big Day.
Julie Anne and I sneaked into your office last night and did some decoratin’, complete to photographic proof.
First the whiteboard:
We had to range far and wide to find the right combo of dry-erase markers for the faux confetti effect.
And then the desktop:
So here’s to the Big Four-Oh, and to many more.
Everyone: Go wish Katharine a happy birthday on all of her sites:
Thank you for everything over the years.
Know that we love you and miss you.
Have a good day!