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On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 12:57 PM

Genevieve Edwards wrote:

What about "Banana Year, Stick it in your Ear!"?  Very sorry to miss seeing you, Karen Hunzicker. I am sure we all understand your reasons, though. I hope everything goes well with your family.

It's Genevieve Steele (now Edwards) here. My husband Don is coming too. As an MIT exchange student, he has some claim to being a Wellesley alumnus, as  I met him in the spring of 1970 in a seminar on the Russian and Chinese Revolutions with Dr. Paul Cohen and Dr. Mimi Berlin. 

We are going to see Hamilton on Friday night, since this is our first chance to do that. Thanks, Glenda, for the idea of adding theater-going to our weekend. 

'See ya'll soon! - Genevieve


On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 9:04 AM

Karen Putnam wrote:

Hi Classmates!

I'm sorry to miss the mini-reunion (although not so mini!) in Chicago. Thank you Cathy and Glenda for your hard work.

Sadly, my family is dealing with a serious health emergency for one of our members and we are tag-teaming care so I won't be able to join you.

It looks like I won't see you all until our 50th (!!!). Please bring pictures and histories and embarrassing undergraduate experiences (ok, not embarrassing ... we are distinguished seniors, after all ...oh what the heck!).

I'll bring pics of grandson, tales of far-flung non-profit activity, and hip replacement cautions. I suspect I am not the only one who wishes her various body parts were Legos ... simply pop out and replace.

Although it may sound corny, I've been wearing a Wellesley baseball cap in my Manhattan travels. I great way to meet alums of all vintages.

Please let me know if you are going to be in NYC. I'd love to reconnect if we can.

Meanwhile, Break the mould, go with gold! Or is it, Lemon power, whiskey sour! Or is it Mellow yellow, good bedfellow. (My parents especially liked that last one. Sooo not ....)  

Hope to see you all soon!


aka Karen H Putnam