by Earlie Doriman
|My high school alma mater, Cor Jesu|
|Tree Planting Project: My classmates|
are on for environmental cause
Regrettably, I was left to only imagine the laughter and the never ending stories of my high school classmates who were once a part of my growing-up years and will always be a significant piece of my life. I am certain too that I have become an ingredient of their yester-years and will always be a part of their existence – whether they like it or not.
|After 20 years, the smiles and faces which never aged.|
|(L - R): Shirley Anne, Mary Jean, Grace, and Paul|
Looking back to where we laid out the foundation of our aspiration and celebrating what we have become now, we can proudly say that yes, our lives build strongly the realization of our youthful dreams. The pain to say goodbye as we searched and did our obligation, as members of a bigger community was not a bitter pill after all. It is completely worth the time, and we all deserve the rewards of our sacrifices.