Thanks to EVERYONE who was able to come to the party, and those of you who were not, but were able to send in your information. The night was a HUGE success, tons of fun and full of excitement and energy. It was AMAZING to see us all together again. I probably think that the most, since I have been MIA this whole time, but still! I have only positive and glowing memories of the whole event, hopefully you do as well. We were well taken care of by Pete and his crew at George's Place and there were drinks and hugs all the way around. Can't wait for next year!!!
PS - If any one has any other photos from the evening that they would like to post, please feel free to send them to me.
Friday, June 20, 2008
I enjoy long walks on the beach and picnics in the park…...........okay….graduated from UW, met the woman of my dreams, Tiffany, getting jiggy at the Tropix, finally married 7 years later on a beach in Jamaica, 2 kids - Mason Curtis is 3 and Gavin James is 1, moved all the way to Bothell, got into the mortgage biz 5 years ago – oops, own a few properties – oops again, but am actually starting a new career as an independent financial advisor this week. I’m sporting a 25 handicap and .540 batting average for the Kirkland Red Dogs rec softball team – you can come check us out at the Peter Kirk baseball field, where I spent the majority of my junior high days riding my Tony Hawk skateboard and drinking the booze I stole from my parents.
So here is a photo of me and my children, Henry (10 mo.) and Katelyn (4). Then one of my hubby and kids on fathers day. I am working as a full time mom after 9 yrs with Ann Taylor traveling and opening stores and training staff. Hung up my retail bunny ears and went to work at the Bon/Macy's as a buyer. Then went on to work as inside sales and accounting at Architectural Details mfr of custom lighting and that was awesome. Worked there until I had my 2nd child Henry and am now figuring out what I want to do next when I grow up. A friend and I want to launch a jewelry and child's accessory line at some local Queen Anne boutiques, but we will see. Not much time between chasing the kids and running around.
Married my husband Steve Farvour in 2000. He is a project mgr at a structural engineering company in Seattle.
We just love to hang out with our kids and travel a bit and cook.
So neat to see and read about all of these neat kangs endeavors, thanks everyone for sharing! Who would of thought? :)
Thursday, June 19, 2008
I live in Bellevue with my husband and four children. Jordan is 12, Aidan is 10, Alexander is 8 1/2 and Elena is almost 4. I work at Evergreen Hospital as a childbirth and lactation educator. I'm currently waiting on a waitlist to get into nursing school at BCC. I never finished my degree when I graduated, so I do still think in...when I grow up I want to be a nurse. I've even thought about getting my masters in midwifery. I could probably set some records for the oldest starting midwife.
I love to play with my children, work in my garden, read, and dance. I working on how to do them all at the same time. Can't wait to see everyone.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
I live in Bellevue, with my husband Tyler Moulton (Hadley's younger brother) my step son Tyrell, who is 14, and our two kitties. We have been married for almost 4 years, and life is good. I have my own interior design business working out of a studio in my home. We love spending time with family and friends; keeping a busy social calender. Some of our favorite things to do are travel, hike, snow shoe, camping, planning fun thins to do.... I enjoy sketching, painting and photography. My husband likes to ride his motorcycle and is so handy around the house - really a priceless quality. Tyrell is our little pro football player in the making, who is very kind and compassionate. He is going to be going to Belleuve High School next year! - crazy...
I have so enjoyed reading about everyone, what special people you all are!
Thursday, June 12, 2008
I won't be able to make it to the reunion but it sure looks like fun. I live in a small house in Connecticut now with my husband Sean Cocco. No kids, no pets, but lots of work and travel. After I graduated from college I lived in Seattle, worked as a Microsoft permatemp for a while and then for a 90's boom Web service company. I also kept up the flute as my professional hobby and played with the Bellevue Philharmonic, Pacific NW Ballet and whoever else would hire me. In 2000, Sean and I moved to Italy for a year while he had a Fulbright scholarship and I studied flute in Rome on a Rotary scholarship, which basically turned into an amazing year of vacation for me while he had to work hard to finish his research. Sean is Italian so we go back regularly to visit his family and friends. After Italy we were in Seattle for a few more years while Sean finished his PhD and then moved to Hartford, CT in 2005 when he got a job teaching at Trinity College. I've been working as a product manager for a start-up software company that was purchased two years ago by a non-profit called OCLC. After moving to CT I started working remotely from my home so I have to find activities to get out of the house, which usually end up be theatre related. I started doing improvisational theater several years ago and was part of Unexpected Productions at the Market Theatre until I moved to Hartford. Now I teach improv and perform in both improv and scripted shows at the local theatres here. That's me in the platinum blonde wig. I never get my own hair to look half as good. I'm back in Seattle 3 or 4 times a year for work and visiting family. I hope I can make the next reunion - everyone looks so good and happy. Hope you all have a blast and if you are ever on the east coast, you're welcome in Hartford.
The attached pictures are:
Me and Sean in Italy last year
Cast photo from Lend Me a Tenor
Claire shoveling snow in a blizzard - never did that in Seattle!
The small house in CT - since I don't have kids you get a house picture instead.