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NOTICE: To all y'all,

The year 2017 has been and will continue to be extraordinarily CHALLENGING and BUSY for me. Blog entries will likely be even more infrequent than usual until all projects and issues are completed or resolved.

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Best wishes,

Zack



Friday, December 31, 2010

To those days gone by

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As I grow ever older, it is more difficult for me to remember those profound people, places, and events that molded me during my younger years.

Here is a year-end toast to those fading memories. Promising never to forget was a vow I could not keep.

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3 comments:

THE FISHING MUSICIAN said...

I understand this circumstance. Lately, the older I'm getting, the more I'm remembering people and stories from my past that I knew I'd never forget.

Happy New Year, dude!

El Fisho

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
I don't think we really forget these people and milestones. I will come across a photograph, or a knife or belt in my collection, and it takes me back to another time. Like El Fisho, it happens more all the time.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

I just read that a clear conscience is the sign of a fuzzy memory ;)