The 1980s

Dear Friends & Family,

The '80s music channel was playing in the background as Curt and I were sharing some intimate time the other night. Tears rolled down my cheeks as I lay beside his lifeless body. I took his arm and put it around me. I laid there thinking about when we began dating in 1982; walking together through the halls of West High arm in arm. In 1984 we graduated high school together, our families gathered in the stands and friends were all around us on the football field. There was never a dull moment in the '80s; friends, weekend trips, parties, hanging out at the beach, we were young and free.

In 1988 we were married in front of 300 friends and family. We moved into our first house that same week. We worked together each evening and weekend and renovated it room by room. Although we both worked full time we always made time for parties, trips and future plans. We both had tons of ideas and the energy and strength to get them done. We were a team and nothing could stop us. The 1980's represented fun, freedom and dreams. Here we are 30 years later, the cool songs are still playing but the fun, freedom and dreams are gone.

Thanks for praying.

Cindy, Curt, Clarissa, Cayden & Corbin

We were all so excited to go to lunch with Lynn who was here for a visit from New Jersey!
Me, Margie, Lori, Jaime, Carolyn, RaeLynn & Lynn

A little get together at the Melanson's in honor of Lynn's visit!

We're all together again!

A fun dinner at El Taco with Mark, Kelli, Mike and the El Taco Man
we found hiding in the kitchen!

Easter Dinner at Barbara's

Clarissa & Cayden spent Easter Weekend at Lake Nacimiento with my Dad & Mom

Lunch at Buca di Beppo, Vans Skate Park and movies with Landon & Trevor today

 Corbin is really loving his daddy and taking it all in.

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