Philip's Latest Interactions
Posted on: Apr 12, 2021 at 6:30 PM
I submitted my 2021 Reunion Survey but I’m not sure about my answers. First is the July 23-24 question which I answered yes. But I’m concerned about the Covid pandemic and whether or not it and the restrictions will have ended by then.
Therefore, I also answered yes to the preference to October 16, although I would prefer two days instead of one. Perhaps I should make up my mind, or what little of it remains. Again, Covid restrictions might still be happening. It seems that some want it to go on forever.
Another thought has occurred to me. Consider waiting a year and joining with the Class of 1962 for a joint reunion. It could be interesting. Did the Class of 1960 have their reunion ast year?
Posted on: Apr 29, 2020 at 4:34 AM
Posted on: Apr 21, 2020 at 8:52 PM
On a live report on Fox News today, Kenosha had the lowest gas prices in the country @ $0.99/ gal. I had to pay $1.67 just yesterday!
Posted on: Sep 03, 2019 at 1:58 PM
I finely got on. But now I have to go get my hearing checked. Later...
Posted on: Apr 29, 2019 at 4:33 AM
Posted on: Oct 16, 2018 at 8:46 PM
Today Ronald Tareski finally turns 75! At long last he can accept that he is now an old man just like the rest of us. (Males are old men and females are old women.) Perhaps he will continue to insist he is younger than most of us. I was going to join in with everyone else and wish him a happy birthday but it appears I’m alone in that.
I have been giving some thought to one of my paintings. I originally envisioned I woman crashing through the surface from behind. It is semi three dimensional. Like a sculpture, it is hard to the touch. However, the ball the foot is aimed at is soft to the touch. Hair is made from cloth with all threads in one direction removed. It measures 39” x 72” and is to date the largest single painting to date. I first showed the picture of it at the 45th reunion.
I als have a painting with two companion paintings that displayed together with 4 inch gaps take up about eight feet (horizontal) of wall space.
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