Lunch with friends

I have known Lynette since first grade at Manoa Elementary School, and we played together as neighbors.  She now lives with her husband and family in California.  A week ago, she telephoned me and said she and her husband would be in Hawaii for a couple of weeks and that she would like to get together for lunch.

Yesterday, we dined at the Museum Café in Honolulu with other Roosevelt High School classmates.  We are all college graduates, and one of us is a retired Circuit Court Judge.  So, we all have done quite well in life.

As women who are 70 – 71 years of age, we do have a lot to be grateful for — above all, managing to survive this long.  May we all continue to age well and have some fun, too.

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I don’t want to identify anyone, so I will let you guess who is who.

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Let the good times roll!

7 Responses to “Lunch with friends”

  1. Christine Says:

    What a wonderful reunion!

  2. Olga Says:

    That is a great picture of wonderful women on accomplishment.

  3. DJan Says:

    They look like a fine group of women, Gigi. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  4. DeniseinVA Says:

    Great photos and how wonderful to be still getting together after all this time.

  5. dkzody Says:

    Looks like a great group to have for friends. So glad you were able to get together and enjoy one another’s company.

  6. Beatrice Says:

    It;s always so nice to get together with friends and this group of women is certainly well-accomplished as well.

  7. honoluluaunty91 Says:

    looks good for 70 something year old women!

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