greeney2 wrote:Wow, what a small world. The Modernaires were not someone I had herd of when I was a kid, but our parents generation grew up with the big band era. Even in the 60's they would appear on shows like Ed Sullivan, Dean Martin, variety music shows. There house was directly across the street from my house. If you look the group up, when I was in Jr. High and High school, I would see them all the time, coming and going. California is a bit strange in that, you can live right next to people for years and never know them. You may wave and say Hi, but thats about it. I knew the youngest daughter because several of the kids on the block walked to school togather every day in 8th and 9th grade. Her name was Julieann, and if you look them up, she is the person I mentioned who still entertains in the Modernaire name.
Nesaie wrote:HEY LighWolf!!!!!
Long time...sorry about your Mom. But it sounds like she had a good life and those are rare to come by. She was beautiful.
I've since changed my life for my Mom. She now lives with me. It certainly isn't all roses...or maybe it is...they're beautiful with thorns.
Any way, where are MY PICTURES???!!!
If you're back I guess I need to check in a bit more often...brat
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