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AUGUSTO 2006 MINI-REUNIÓNE
SAM'S 60TH AND AUGUST 2006 MINI-REUNION
Many of us gathered at the Bavarian Inn, Shepherdstown, West Virginia on August 27th to surprise Sam on her 60th and also used the occasion as a good reason to have a mini-reunion. It was a good reunion fix while we wait impatiently for the 2008 reunion. We have to do this more often!
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Sam displays the latest in 60's fashion
I'm gonna get you after this! Jackie and Sue look on.
The surprise party was Flip's doing with a little help from his friends.
Jackie B., Sue H., and Bob M. eager to order. We were long past the early bird special and some were getting hungry.
Skip and Don B. continue with the pre-dinner cocktails.
Flip, Sam and Skip
Bob, Flip, Sam, Skip
Bob, Flip, Sam (looking disdainfully at the gorgeous bowler hat we bought for her)
Sam's Harper's Ferry friends and Tuffy
Sam's Harper's Ferry friends
Sue H., and Don
Sue H., Bob M., and Don
Bob B. and Flip
Sam and Tuffy (an old Army buddy)
Skip and Jose, Jackie's genuine "esposo Madrileno."
Tom and Vicki
Sam's friends from Harper's Ferry
Bob, Flip, Sam, and Skip
Sue H, Bob M., Don Flip, and Tom's son Mike
The cake in Sam's favorite colors, Navy blue and gold
I wanted this birthday to go by unnoticed, but you're forgiven.
Bob, Sam, Jose, and Jackie
Sam, Skip, Jose, Jackie, Sue H., Bob M., and Don
Recovering with a little "hair of the dog" back at Sam's place
Don Quixote (spelled "Quijote" in modern Spanish) is two separate books that cover the adventures of Don Quixote, also known as the knight or man of La Mancha, a hero who carries his enthusiasm and self-deception to unintentional and comic ends. On one level, Don Quixote works as a satire of the romances of chivalry, which ruled the literary environment of Cervantes' time. However, the novel also allows Cervantes to illuminate various aspects of human nature, by using the ridiculous example of the delusional Quixote. Because the novel, particularly the first part, was written in individually published sections, the composition includes several incongruities. Cervantes himself however pointed out some of these errors in the preface to the second part; but he disdained to correct them, because he conceived that they had been too severely condemned by his critics. Cervantes felt a passion for the vivid painting of character. Don Quixote is noble-minded, an enthusiastic admirer of everything good and great, yet having all these fine qualities accidentally blended with a relative kind of madness. He is paired with a character of opposite qualities, Sancho Panza, a man of low self-esteem, who is a compound of grossness and simplicity.
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