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'Nice to meet you…' I said but she was already fully in conversation with my friend and I was out of the picture.
We got married immediately after our senior year on October 5, 1996. She was in the School of General Studies; met her in the gym when I was working out. We went to Penn State in 1989 and after 12 ½ years there, moved to University of Vermont.This May will be our 20th reunion from Columbia but more important for me, this October will be our 20th wedding anniversary! "Josie and I have been together since 1985 – my first year in my Ph. She finished her UG (as a returning adult student) in 1988 and I completed my Ph. We’ve been together more than 30 years – and done the whole civil union then marriage thing in the great state of Vermont. --but I met my future wife, Julie, partly because I came back to campus a week early in the fall of my sophomore year to go to a Grateful Dead concert in New Jersey.We have two beautiful children, a boy and a girl- and frequently we drive them from our home in Westchester to show them where 'Dad fell in love with Mom! Together we raised her teenage children and now brag about our grandchildren; one of whom will graduate from high school this year while the other two are in elementary and junior high. Our studies at Columbia were a very important part of our lives. That’s a story unto itself, but the key point is that this landed me right in the middle of freshman orientation.The rain let up, we bought some beer at Ta-Kome, and we all sat on Furnald Lawn and drank it. Every so often, one of the others lobbed a teasing remark in our direction. We were both older than the other students, had seen some of the world and got on well. We married in June 2000 and have two children, 6-1/2 and 8 (hopefully, future Columbians! During the afternoon I was at the bookstore and met some first year nursing students who had started 1 week earlier.They insisted I come to the mixer and meet one of their friends. Long red hair, very young looking face, confident, wanted to dance and yes…wanted to see the cadavers. You're stuck to me like pine sap because you're afraid your Mommy's gonna die. I wil work at Teen Harbor but I am through with the chasing. And you would quit using feeling sorry for yourself as an excuse to smoke, and you would know that if you want absolute victories, then you should go back into medicine. We patch them up, send them out there and hope for the best. Amy: Your mom died because bad men stole airplanes and flew them into buildings.
So you can consider this the end of the largest dead cockroach of the week contest. Maxine: (to Amy) You want to know what your trouble is? It's why you got married when you knew it was a mistake, and it's why you slept with Lauren's karate teacher and God knows who else. And all of this hovering and scolding and policing and signing me up to walk with the New Age Hypochondriacs from Hell, is just another version of you being afraid to be alone. However at this moment you do not know best because if you did, you would shut up!
As I stood there, one of the young women--the one who had already caught my eye--gestured toward my shirt and said, “Great album.” No, that wasn’t the reason I fell for her, but it did break the ice. Jim was freshly back from Vietnam and I had worked for several years in the mining industry after my undergraduate work. When Christopher was trying to gather a group of 4 people together to make up a suite in Ruggles Hall for our senior year, he tapped Jacob (Koby) and me. "It was 1969 and I arrived at Bard Hall at the Medical School campus at 168th St.
When it started to drizzle, she pulled her corduroy jacket over her head. The corduroy jacket looked like the stylized hair in the depiction of some Egyptian goddess. He was a geology major in the College, class of '68 and I was in the Henry Krumb School of Engineering Master's program, graduated in '72. The first day we moved into the suite, in the late summer of 1998, we became instant best friends and started dating about two months later. That first weekend night there was to be a mixer with the Nursing School.
He said you had a brilliant mind for theatrics, and you would do well in the courtroom, until you met a judge who was smarter than you.
That's how we leave our imprint on life -- an inch every ten years. Amy: [To Hector, who just found out his parents are divorcing] Hector, I want you to know something. I'm not going to put you away, I'm not going to throw you away.
I made a point of finagling my way into as many of her study groups as I could.