Hey Jim, yes time sure does slip away fast. No offense, but I could not remember you (as a lot of things...even days ago -- getting old sucks!). I went back to my Senior Year book and then remembered you, vaguely....I think we frequented at parties. I see from your family picture you posted that you still look the same and you did well for yourself - good looking family. What do you remember of me, if anything -- did you have to refer to the yearbook as well? Maybe you can churn up something to job my poor memory. I was pretty much an introvert in High School...still am. I looked up Mark Bradley in the yearbook and he don't ring a bell. I suppose you are loving the heat right now in Arizona??? I had today and yesterday off here in the North Dallas area and been trying to work on a Stone border for our flower beds along the side and front of the house. Spent two days now just digging a trench and putting in rebar for the small cement foundation (50lb+ stones so a foundation is at hand)...long story short: the 101+ heat is killing me and not much work is getting done! I can only imagine what it would be like in Arizona 120 degree stuff - yikes! "Later" for now, my sweat has dried and its time to get back to work before Odi, my wife, starts cracking the whip.
Thanks Jim, glad you like the photos. I lived in Phoenix my junior year of highschool then moved back here. I loved Arizona. I also lived in Lake Havasu for a year after I graduated but I always come back home for some reason.
Hi there Jim!
KQTV were the call letters when channel 21 signed on the air back in 1953 until the late 1960s when it became KVFD-TV. The station was on the air until the May,1977 tornado. It's last program was on May 4th of that year with an episode of Grizzly Adams! Thanks for asking!!