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I finally got motivated enough to email people that I haven't emailed in such a long time! What do I say to people I haven't kept in touch with for months? Bleh. I really should stop being so bad about responding. I know I like it when I get emails from friends around the world, and I'm sure getting a random email from me would be the same. It's not that I don't think about them, it's just that everytime I try to start an email, I don't know what to say! The more I prolong it, the worse it gets.
Like Ms. Fleming.... I've been thinking of her recently, wondering how she's doing, and where she is, but I haven't emailed her since junior year of highschool! Yet in TAS, she was my confidant; I would turn to her for advice, and I will never forget her. I don't know if I would be wrong in saying this, but I think we were close at some point. Last I heard she was in Bolivia. Sometimes I wonder, has she, like I have, thought of me on random occasions? Is she married? Is she still teaching? How is she doing? Perhaps because of my lack of effort in keeping in touch, she has thought that I have forgotten her or don't care anymore, and that would really really suck. *sigh* How in the world do I begin an email to her?
Thinking of her makes me remember a teacher I had in 6th grade. Mrs. Mendoza =)
I don't even have her email address, or postal address, and I have tried in vain to look for her! I'll ALWAYS remember her. Heck, I don't think anyone who has had her as a teacher can forget her. She was simply amazing. =) Love you wherever you are Mrs. Mendoza, you treated all of us as your own...
*sigh* How I do wish I could find their address, fly down to wherever they are, and surprise them. That would be nice.


Feb. 19th, 2001 03:03 pm (UTC)
*hugs* i still think of you and remember you and love you and miss you and... *grins*

aww... gosh... thinking back about my teachers... hrrmm... ^_^ i really have to say... though many people always talk bad about him behind his back... mr. huntington from sophomore english inspired me a lot. i'll never forget him... the way he encouraged me because he saw that i had a lot hidden inside...^_^


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