We met Don and Gladys at the "O" street Villager for lunch this noon. Having missed a few months of getting together, we each came with "agenda" items. Our families were a big part of the discussion. Don and I each have questions about things that happened during our "growing up" days. Though Don is 4 1/2 years younger, he spent a lot more time with Dad doing things that I wasn't involved in. We are all looking forward to having a couple days at Mahoney Park this summer for a family reunion. While we have 2 Great-Grandchildren, Don and Gladys have 11, with their oldest already in college. Face book helps us maintain some contact but it will be nice to spend some time with them in person. We realize that many of the family will not be able to participate for various reasons. ( The total number approaches 90). With our having family in Virginia, Connecticut, Georgia, Ohio, and Indiana as well as Nebraska, we know that several will not be able to be there. Don and Gladys have the largest family with a high percentage living in Nebraska. We will have other families coming from California and Wisconsin. If the oldest member is recognized at the reunion, I know who it will be.