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Welcome To 2013

Happy New Year 2013 Saigon Kids



13 comments to Welcome To 2013

  • Mike McNally

    Happy New Year to all the Saigon Kids. Please make 2013 lucky by being safe and healthy all year.

  • Blessings to all in 2013, stevie westmoreland

  • Suellen Campbell

    HAPPY NEW YEAR to all Saigon friends. May 2013 be a year of kindness, generosity, reasonable decisions and peace.

  • Darryl Henley

    Please note my change in email address. Darryl

  • Sarah Rogers

    Hou’oli Makahiki Hou….make this the year of that vacation you have always wanted…on Kauai..the Garden Isle. I would love to host you!

  • Bootsie McMains Parker

    Happy New Year, Everyone. Let’s all try to keep our hearts and minds in the right places.

  • Ralph Johnston

    Happy New Year to all Saigon kids (can’t get myself to type Ho Chi Minh city), Hope this is the best year ever.

  • Frank

    Ralph, I can not either! Best, Frank

  • Frank

    I used to sneak out of school…with a few other guys…I will not tell you one was Bob..and go out to the airport where we drank bamuoiba and listened to the Jukebox. My favorite Auld Lang Syne song was sung by a guy named Burt Blanca…from France or Belgium. I could not find it on the Internet. Gosh, if anyone has it, play it, it really sets the mood of attempting to go from one place to a better one!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STqDowSbSTQ

  • Mike Nelson

    I hope all the Saigon kids have a wonderful 2013. I have great memories of our time together.

  • Ken Berger

    Belated Happy New Years to all. My brother Bruce and I are traveling to Saigon, Cambodia and Laos to visit old haunts. We will update upon our return. Ken

    PS see a number of old acquaintances above

  • Maile Doyle

    Already half way through January & I’m just now wishing you all a great 2013! Many thanks to Bob Layson and Ken Yeager for keeping this blog going and the weekly newsletter arriving in my email. I read my newsletter every week and smile at the memories. I pull out my Gecko yearbooks (’61 & ’62)and look at our very young faces!

    Our Christmas & New Year’s were full of travel. We drove nearly 4,000 miles, through 11 states in three weeks to spend Christmas in Colorado Springs with our son, Kevin, his wife, Katie & grandchildren, Lucy & Liam. Then onto Houston, TX for New Year’s to visit our daughter, Kelley, her husband, Jason and grandchildren Austen (Kayla), Tyler, Faith, Teddy, Quincy & Duncan – Julia was in Ohio spending Christmas with her mother. An added blessing was really great traveling weather! Plus, Bill and I still like each other after 7 days in the car…lol! May God richly bless you all in ths coming New Year!

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