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04/10/07 - NNHS Newsletter

Dreaming of You

“Dreams can disappear - poof, just like that.  Where do those dreams go? Are they floating out there
with no place to land - songs not sung, dances not danced, all those dreams that will never come true?”

 - Marjorie Klein, Test Pattern, 2000, p.204

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   Today's theme came from a fortuitous combinations of events.  First,    Elaine Wilkinson Bracken ('61) of VA, bless her sweet heart, sent me a copy of Test Patterns, a novel set in 1954 Newport News (the very year in which I myself moved to Newport News!), which I had never heard existed.  I could scarcely put it down - despite the fact that I think I had four separate sets of company between Friday (when it arrived) and Monday (when I finished reading it).  I only had time to read the first three pages on Friday afternoon, but even so I encountered an old TV, the Paramount Theater, the shipyard, and the Tilt-a-Whirl.

   Thanks so much, Lady!

   But I was so taken by that quotation above, I thought I'd build a Newsletter around it.  (My usual method is to choose the song first.)

   Then as I began to select a song to accompany it, I discovered this melody by Selena, which has been in my files since 10/02/04 which I apparently never used.  (Don't ask me; I just live here....)


1.   From Janice McCain Rose ('65) of VA - 04/08/07 - "I'm HOME":

Dear Carol....just to let you know that I am home from the hospital.  I am still on oxygen and will be for some time.  Also on blood have to be really careful not to cut myself or hurt myself.  I am under home health care....they come and check on me and check blood and oxygen levels.
From what the doctors have told me, I'm a very rare patient (we knew that anyway from the get-go, didn't we?).....and most people who had the pulmonary embolisms like I did, do not survive. 
We don't know what caused the blood clots.. and we may never find out.  One thing for sure....shortness of breath is VERY SERIOUS and can be life-threatening. 
I am so delighted that I am sitting here at my computer and able to send you this email.  My family and friends are so important to me, and I wanted you to know how much you mean to me. 

Love, Janice

   WOWZERONI-RINI-ROONI!!!  We are so delighted to know you're all right!!!   Keep taking care of yourself, Lady, and don't push yourself!

   Just so you'll know, I'm observing my rule of never calling patients or new mothers until a suitable time has passed so that I don't disturb what might have been your only chance to catch some well-needed rest.  You remain in my prayers!

2. From Gary Sealey, Menchville Marketing, of VA - 04/10/07 - "Historic Hilton Village and Menchville High, Newport News, VA":

Awesome site.  My name is Gary Sealey. My marketing students at Menchville High School are working on a project building a marketing plan for historic Hilton Village merchants and the neighborhood. It's an educational experience and no money whatsoever is involved. The village is very appreciative and supportive of the kids. In doing the plan they are developing a very extensive official website for HHV. They have done a ton of research and found some interesting things on your site. I am writing to ask for permission to possibly use a picture or two from your page.  We will give the site NNHS65 credit and appreciation.  Thanks for your consideration and support of the kids.

I am working with Allison and Karan Mulkey (owners of Rooms, Brooms and More in Hilton Village).  I am also working with the assistant principal of Menchville, Jerry Scicchitano.  Feel free to contact them or me if you have any questions.
Again, thanks for your support of the kids....

   Hi, Gary!  I'm glad the NNHS site has proved useful to you and your students. As far as I can see, the only two original Hilton Village pictures we've used were taken by the incomparable     Dave Spriggs ('64) of Norfolk, who has provided the vast majority of the newer images used throughout our pages.

   I've copied David in on this note so that he may grant or deny you use of his shots himself, as I can hardly speak for him.

   Please keep us posted on your progress. 

   Thanks again for your interest, Gary!

    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA to Gary Sealey, Menchville Marketing, of VA - 04/10/07 - "Re: Menchville High and Hilton Village":

Hi Gary,

I would be honored and pleased for you to use any of my images from the web site.

Are you aware of a DVD entitled, "The Village Theatre presents Our Home Town"?  I received it from WHRO-TV as a donation premium. It is 18 minutes long, narrated, and contains what appear to be B&W home movies of Hilton Village people, places, and businesses in the early 50s.  There are no copyright markings on the DVD label or contained in the video, so I would be pleased to burn a copy for you.

Good luck with your project,

Dave Spriggs
Norfolk Virginia (but still a Peninsula boy at heart)

   Thanks, David!

   From Me ('65 - of NC) - 04/10/07 - "All Things Hilton":

   I did some fresh work on some of these pages for you:

      - 4 new images

   Best wishes to you and your students, Gary!

From Gary Sealey, Menchville Marketing, of VA - 04/10/07 - "Re: Menchville High and Hilton Village":

Hi Carol,
Thank you so much.  The students read your email reply today and we are all so appreciative of the support.  We will keep you posted.
I don't know if you can do this or not, but one of the students asked if you could put an announcement on your NNHS site announcing to viewers and alumni that in developing the Hilton Village site, we are looking for "memories".   Maybe you and others could share your memories of Hilton.  The students will have a memories link.  You guys have an awesome website.  We have all enjoyed going through it.
Keep up the great work.

Anyone who would like to come see the results of the Hilton Village website unveiling is invited to attend - Thursday, April 19th, 2007 at 1:30 PM in the auditorium of Hilton Elementary School on River Road and Main Street.  We'd love to have you all.

Carol, thanks for cc: Dave.  He has contacted us also.  We appreciate your support .
Gary Sealey
Marketing Teacher, Menchville

   Of course, Gary! I placed a blurb on both the Hilton Village and Hilton Elementary pages, but this will reach a far wider audience.

   This sounds like such a wonderful opportunity!  I wish I could attend, but I doubt that will be possible right now.

   Okay, you Hiltonites!  Jamey? Frank?  Cheryl?  Karrin?  The rest of you know who you are!  And who among us did not take in a show at the Village Theater from time to time??  Send those memories to Gary or me - or better still, to both of us!  Thanks!


10 -   Skip Wood ('65) of NC - 1947
11 -
  Brownie Shaffer Haracivet ('62) of VA - 1944
11 - Susan Avent Hill ('66) of VA - 1948
11 - Kathy Cooper ('70) of VA

   Many Happy Returns, One and All!

 From Cookie Phillips Tyndall ('65) of VA - 04/09/07:

Please send a happy, happy birthday to   Skip Wood ('65 - of NC) for me. He and (my brother)   Charlie (Phillips - '65 - of TN) were buddies in crime when they were in high school.

   Certainly, Cookie!

  From David Whitley ('67) of VA - 04/09/07, 7:22 AM - "I will never feel the same about eggs!":


Kind of spooky lookin' to me. Looks like a carton of eggs someone on Night Gallery would open.

"A true friend is someone who thinks you are a good egg even though
they know you are slightly cracked."

Hey, that kinda describes you & me, don'tcha think?

   Absolutely - GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Gorgeous!


  From Tom Norris (Hampton HS - '73) of VA - 04/09/07 - "new discussion group on Dale's WGH website":

Hi Carol ... Dale Parsons ('69 - of HI) has added a discussion group to his WGH website ... maybe your readers can share their 'gh memories there. You'll find me there as KRABBA73. Dale has also added four new airchecks ... one from Easter 1964, two from August 1967, and the signoff/signon from 1968.

if you're "caught up" I have some goodies to scan for ya :-).

Take care ...

   COOL BEANS!!! SUPER-DE-DUPER!!!  Great job, Dale!!!  I just checked it out, and it's fabulous (of course)!   I don't want to spoil the myriad surprises, so y'all have a look:

   "Caught up?!?  Caught up?!?"  Tommee, I don't think I'm ever gonna be caught up!  I think that's sort of like my waiting for "things to return to normal".  I sadly fear all this - the finances (or lack thereof), the health issues, the dreadful aging, and the nonstop barrage from the Floating Overhead Blubber Factory which stands constantly poised over my head, ready to drench me with fresh coatings - IS the "New Normal" for me. 

   Every time I think a window of opportunity opens for me to actually "catch up", something throws me further and further behind.  I still have all the images from the February Fling to post, for instance.  And I have something awesome that     Bob Parrish ('68) of VA sent me on - lemme see, yeah, 01/22/07.  SHEESH!!!  And I nearly always have some great things from   Al Simms ('60) of VA, ready and waiting for me to get my act together so I can post them.  But what the heck?!?  Send me a couple of easy ones, anyway!

   Thanks, Babe!

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII to     Joe Madagan ('57) of FL- 03/29/07 - "Profile on TWS":

Hi Joe Madagan,

What a pleasant surprise to be chosen, "Profile of the Day". Thank you very much, Its an honor. Up until the time you "found" me on    Carol Buckley Harty's ('65 - of NC) NNHS website, I had no idea that TWS existed. It might be nice for you to mention TWS on Carol's website along with other news of interest to your School Mates. I am sure there are many other Marines, like myself, that log on to Carol's website that never heard of TWS. I am learning more every time I log on to TWS. Thanks again, Joe Madagan,.

Semper Fi, Herb Hice

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL to One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII - 03/29/07 - "":

Hi, Herb:
What a nice surprise to receive your message. Hand Salute on being selected "Profile of the Day" for it is well deserved. You have really placed an outstanding profile on the website, and it sets an example for other Marines.
Just a way of saying what a fine job you have done in recording so much history of the Corps and it is very much appreciated.
Just by chance, I did write to Carol to let her know of the selection of our Marine "Profile of the Day" with hopes that she might find it suitable for her website.
We are so glad that you joined our ranks, and have set such a fine example by sharing your experiences that provide us with a rich history of the Corps, so the younger Marines who follow will have a standard to uphold and be proud.
Semper Fidelis,
Joe Madagan

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII - 04/09/07 - "Dear Carol, Thanks to you & Joe Madagan For Profile on TWS":

Dear Carol,

I must tell you how surprised and  thrilled I was to be chosen (Profile Of The Day) on Joe Madagan's,  Marines Together We Served Website.  As long as I have been reading and enjoying your website, I had no idea that TWS existed; otherwise I would have joined much sooner.  I like to tell some of my life story on TWS, especially my service in the Marine Corps. I am proud to say I served with HONOR and I did what jobs THEY ASSIGNED me to do. They thought I would serve better in a MAG, (Marine Aircraft Group) and that is where they assigned me. Even though I was not with the assault forces, I almost lost my life in a massive air raid on Roi-Namur in the Marshall Islands. Anyhow, I am telling you all this because, That is what surprised me when I was chosen for Marine Profile Of The Day. There are many Marines with Combat Experience that could have been chosen. It seems to me MARINES are EXPECTED to have COMBAT EXPERIENCE.

Thank you, Carol and Joe Madagan, for your wonderful websites; I enjoy participating in both of them.

Your Friend, Herb Hice   Semper Fi

   Herbie Darlin', I think I was almost as excited to see that as you were!

   And this is SOOO far outside my ken as to be laughable, but I always thought a Marine was expected to do his job - whatever that assigned task may be - and I'll just betcha that you did that!

   CONGRATULATIONS again on a well deserved honor!

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL to One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII - 04/09/07:

Semper Fidelis, Herb.

Joe Madagan

   Thanks again, Adonis!

  From Joan Lauterbach Krause ('60) of VA - 04/09/07 - "Donkey in a Well":

Enjoy. Have a good week.

Donkey in a Well

One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do.

Finally he decided the animal was old and the well needed to be covered up anyway, so it just wasn't worth it to retrieve the donkey.

He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They each grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into the well.

At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried horribly. Then, to everyone's amazement, he quieted down. A few shovel loads later, the farmer finally looked down the well and was astonished at what he saw.

With every shovel full of dirt that hit his back, the donkey was doing something amazing. He would shake it off and take a step up. As the farmer's neighbors continued to shovel dirt on top of the animal, he would shake it off and take a step up. Pretty soon, everyone was amazed as the donkey stepped up over the edge of the well and trotted off!

Life is going to shovel dirt on you, all kinds of dirt.
The trick to getting out of the well is to shake it off and take a step up. Each of our troubles is a stepping stone.

We can get out of the deepest wells by not stopping, never giving up! Shake the dirt off and take a step up! Remember the five simple rules to be happy:

1. Free your heart from hatred.
2. Free your mind from worries.
3. Live simply.
4. Give more.
5. Expect less.

Received from Bob Seegmiller.

   This is a great parable, Joan - thanks so much!

From Elaine Dorn Foster ('57) of VA - 04/09/07 - "From Elaine and LIn April 9, 2007":

The little girl had been shopping with her Mom in Target. She must have been 6 years old, this beautiful red haired, freckle faced image of innocence. It was pouring outside. The kind of rain that gushes over the top of rain gutters, so much in a hurry to hit the earth it has no time to flow down the spout. We all stood there under the awning and just inside the door of the Target.

We waited, some patiently, others irritated because nature messed up their hurried day. I am always mesmerized by rainfall. I got lost in the sound and sight of the heavens washing away the dirt and dust of the world. Memories of running, splashing so carefree as a child came pouring in as a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day.

The little voice was so sweet as it broke the hypnotic trance we were all caught in "Mom, let's run through the rain," she said.

"What?" Mom asked.

"Let 's run through the rain!" She repeated.

"No, honey. We'll wait until it slows down a bit," Mom replied.

This young child waited about another minute and repeated: "Mom, let's run through the rain,"

"We'll get soaked if we do," Mom said.

"No, we won't, Mom. That's not what you said this morning," the young girl said as she tugged at her Mom's arm.

This morning? When did I say we could run through the rain and not get wet?

"Don't you remember? When you were talking to Daddy about his cancer, you said, 'If God can get us through this, he can get us through anything!"

The entire crowd stopped dead silent. I swear you couldn't hear anything but the rain. We all stood silently. No one came or left in the next few minutes.

Mom paused and thought for a moment about what she would say. Now some would laugh it off and scold her for being silly. Some might even ignore what was said. But this was a moment of affirmation in a young child's life.. A time when innocent trust can be nurtured so that it will bloom into faith.

"Honey, you are absolutely right. Let's run through the rain. If GOD lets us get wet, well, maybe we just needed washing," Mom said.

Then off they ran. We all stood watching, smiling and laughing as they darted past the cars and yes, through the puddles. They held their shopping bags over their heads just in case. They got soaked. But they were followed by a few who screamed and laughed like children all the way to their cars.

And yes, I did. I ran. I got wet. I needed washing.

Circumstances or people can take away your material possessions, they can take away your money, and they can take away your health. But no one can ever take away your precious memories...So, don't forget to make time and take the opportunities to make memories everyday. To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven.


They say it takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, a day to love them, but then an entire life to forget them. Send this to the people you'll never forget and remember to also send it to the person who sent it to you. It's a short message to let them know that you'll never forget them.

If you don't send it to anyone, it means you're in a hurry.

Take the time to live!!!

Keep in touch with your friends, you never know when you'll need each other -- and don't forget to run in the rain!

   Thanks so much, Elaine!

From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 04/09/07 - "A very serious warning":

Peer pressure results in kids and (kids who by law can be considered adults) to do things they would not ordinarily do.
Something worth passing on to save a life.

   Thank you so much, Shari!  I'm always astonished when people think they can ingest quantities of chemicals into their bodies, and think that there will be no consequences, never considering possible interactions or contraindications or (as in this case) sheer volumes.  Too much of anything can be harmful - even deadly.

  From Bill Hobbs ('66) of Northern VA - 04/09/07 - "Earn Your Desk - A WONDERFUL STORY ON EDUCATION":

AMEN AND AMEN!  I wish I had been this teacher.

This was passed to me as true. I hope it is. And I hope the lesson sticks.
Back in September of 2005, on the first day of school, Martha Cothren, a social studies school teacher at Robinson High School in Little Rock, did something not to be forgotten. On the first day of school, with permission of the school superintendent, the principal and the building supervisor, she took all of the desks out of the classroom.
The kids came into first period; they walked in, there were no desks. They obviously looked around and said, "Ms. Cothren, where's our desk?" And she said, "You can't have a desk until you tell me how you earn them." They thought, "Well, maybe it's our grades." No," she said. Maybe it's our behavior. And she told them, "No, it's not even your behavior." And so they came and went in the first period, still no desks in the classroom. Second period; same thing! Third period!
By early afternoon television news crews had gathered in Ms. Cothren's class to find out about this crazy teacher who had taken all the desks out of the classroom. The last period of the day, Martha Cothren gathered her class. They were at this time sitting on the floor around the sides of the room. And she says, "Throughout the day no one has really understood how you earn the desks that sit in this classroom ordinarily."
She said, “Now I'm going to tell you." Martha Cothren went over to the door of her classroom and opened it, and as she did 27 U.S. Veterans, wearing their uniforms, walked into that classroom, each one carrying a school desk. They placed those desks in rows and then they stood along the wall. By the time they had finished placing the desks; those kids for the first time I think perhaps in their lives understood how they earned those desks. Martha said, "You don't have to earn those desks. These guys did it for you.
They put them out there for you, but it's up to you to sit here responsibly to learn, to be good students and good citizens, because they paid a price for you to have that desk, and don't ever forget that.

   WOWZERONI!!!  What a fabulous, unforgettable object lesson!!! 

   Thanks, Bill! And just in case y'all were wondering, I ran this through, and it is indeed True:

From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 04/09/07 - "VERY STRANGE & More Valuable Than A Fortune":

These links are all different and unusual!
Have a great Tuesday.
This is really unique.
A rare earth occurrence, the ending of the short clip shows the path
the boat made, so you can tell it is not fake.
For the true animal lover. I like animals but could not or would not do this, but
 his enthusiasm is most unusual.. Shown on April 16th, in most areas.
 **~**~** More Valuable Than A Fortune **~**~**

I sat in the dark.

Most mornings at five, I am up in prayer.  I sit in the dark downstairs in a sound isolated room that used to be a home recording studio vocal booth.

No noise enters from the outside so that I can hear the quiet inner voices clearer.

I thought about material things.

Not the desire for more or the plans to make more.

I thought about the meager times versus the times of plenty.  I have lived on both extremes.

For years, I earned less than minimum wage.  Now I am in the top tax bracket.

My first car was a 1966 Corvair.  Not Corvette, Corvair.  I paid $125.00 for it.  It leaked a trail of oil everywhere that I drove.
I now have a luxury car whose key costs more than my first car, and my motorcycle costs more than my first four cheap vehicles.

My first home was a condo.  I paid $21,000.00 for it.  That was cheap even when I bought it.  My home now is far larger and more expensive.

I sat in the dark and thought about all these things.

I am a rather content and happy man.  I honestly would not trade places with anyone on earth even if I had the power to do so.

Yet, as I thought of all these things and the vast change in material status, realization dawned.

I was happier with the cheaper things.

Not even a private jet would bring as much joy as my mini-bike.

As you grow, both in age and wisdom, the power of the material to bring you true joy diminishes.

Material things fade and turn to dust, both in the natural and in the spirit.

Relationships and their power over the human spirit endure.

True love grows and remains just as strong and is even enhanced as the years march by.

God spoke into my spirit as I sat in the dark and reflected.

As I thought about it during the next two days, it grew stronger, and I saw the truth of it even clearer.

I repeat it for you now.

"A friend is more valuable than a fortune."

~A MountainWings Original~

"When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you till it seems as though you could not hold on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn."

Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1811-1896

   Thanks, Shari!


1. Saturday, June 30, 2007 - 60th Birthday Party for the Class of 1965 - OPEN TO ALL NNHS CLASSES

2. Saturday, August 4, 2007 - Typhoon Informal Reunion - NNHS CLASS OF 1960

3. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 7 - 9, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1957

4. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, August 31 - September 2, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1967

5. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 21 - 23, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1962; FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN TO NNHS CLASSES OF 1960 - 1965

6. Saturday, September 29, 2007 - Evelyn Fryer Fish's Buckroe Beach (Pot Luck) Birthday Party for Everyone - OPEN TO ALL

7. Friday and Saturday, May 16 - 17, 2008 - NNHS CLASS OF 1958


   Reunion information is ALWAYS posted very near the top on the front page, and on the Reunion Page section:

   Henceforth, it will be repeated here, lest you forget:
The NNHS Class of 1965
will celebrate their 60th Birthdays
 on Saturday, June 30, 2007 at Shelter #4 at Newport News Park on Jefferson Avenue in Newport News from 2:00 - 6:00 PM.   This will be an open event with all NNHS classes welcome. 
If you haven't yet reached 60, it will afford an opportunity to practice.  If you have, you can act like Jack Benny
and move back a few years.  No matter the case, all are welcome.
It's never too early to make plans, so mark your calendar today and we'll follow up shortly with further information. 
  We look forward to seeing you in June!

 CONTACT: Dave Arnold at or call him at 757-618-6646.


The NNHS Class of 1960
will hold a
Typhoon Informal Reunion
on Saturday, August 4th, 2007, at 3:00 PM
at the Beach home of Mary Ann Edwards Elliot,
504 West Ocean View, Norfolk, VA

Afternoon into evening beach party with covered dish dinner
$15.00 per person
For information/reservations, please contact:
Karen Weinstein Witte
14314 Wadsworth Dr. Odessa, FL  33556


The NNHS Class of 1967
will hold its 40-Year Reunion on Labor Day weekend:
Friday, August 31, 2007 -
Friday by the Fountain, City Center/Social, at Red Star Tavern

Saturday, September 1, 2007 -
Buffet Dinner/Dance, The Omni Hotel, Newport News

Sunday, September 2, 2007 -
Omni Sunday Brunch

More information will follow in June.

CONTACTS:; Wanda - 757-867-9070;
or Melissa - 757-874-0094

The NNHS Class of 1962
will hold its 45-Year Reunion
on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 21, 22 and 23, 2007 at the Point Plaza Suites, 950 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23601.

Suites will be available that will include breakfast
on Saturday and Sunday.

Visit Brenda's 1962 Web Page:


The NNHS Class of 1957 
is planning its 50-Year Class Reunion,
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday,
September 7, 8 and 9, 2007
at the Omni Hotel in Newport News, VA.

More details to follow!

The NNHS Class of 1958
is planning its 50th Anniversary Reunion,

Friday and Saturday, May 16 -17, 2008.

The Noble Gathering


  From Tom Norris (Hampton HS - '73) of VA - 02/02/07 - "Amazing chalk drawings on the road"
(#29 in a Series of 29):

Hi Carol ... check out these pictures! They would
be good to use one at a time for your newsletter.

Take care!


More chalk drawings from Julian Beever.  Incredible!!!!!  
Julian is an English artist who's famous for his 3D art 
on the pavements of England, France, Germany, USA, 
Australia and Belgium.
Batman and Robin to the rescue  (SO COOL)

   That they would; they're incredible!  Thanks, Babe!   This concludes this series.

   Y'all take care of each other!  TYPHOONS FOREVER!  We'll Always Have Buckroe!

                          Love to all, Carol





Carol Buckley Harty
219 Four Ply Lane
Fayetteville, NC 29311-9305

Dreaming of You


Late at night, when all the world is sleeping
I stay up and think of you
And I wish on a star that, somewhere, you are
Thinking of me, too

'Cause I'm dreaming of you tonight
'Til tomorrow, I'll be holding you tight
And there's nowhere in the world I'd rather be
Than here in my room, dreaming about you and me

Wonder if you ever see me, and I
Wonder if you know I'm there
If you looked in my eyes, would you see what's inside?
Would you even care?

I just wanna hold you close; but, so far
All I have are dreams of you
So I wait for the day and the courage to say
How much I love you
Yes, I do

I'll be dreaming of you tonight
'Til tomorrow, I'll be holding you tight
And there's nowhere in the world I'd rather be
Than here in my room, dreaming about you and me

Ah, ah
I can't stop dreaming of you
(No puedo dejar de pensar en ti)
I can't stop dreaming
(Cómo te necesito)
I can't stop dreaming of you
(Mi amor, cómo te extraño)

Late at night, when all the world is sleeping
I stay up and think of you
And I still can't believe that you came up to me
And said, "I love you."
I love you, too

Now, I'm dreaming with you tonight
'Til tomorrow and for all of my life
And there's nowhere in the world I'd rather be
Than here in my room, dreaming with you endlessly

Dreaming with you tonight
(With you tonight)
'Til tomorrow, I'll be holding you tight
And there's nowhere in the world I'd rather be
(Rather be)
Than here in my room, dreaming with you endlessly
<(I'll be dreaming)

(Of you tonight)
(And I'll be holding you tight tonight)
(With you tonight)


"Dreaming of You" midi courtesy of - 10/02/04

"Dreaming of You" lyrics courtesy of - 04/10/07

"Dreaming of You" Image courtesy of - 04/10/07

Test Pattern ordering information available
at;jsessionid=bact6qxLCMBvofnHicE_q?s=localinterest&page=287084 - 04/09/07

String of Hearts Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 03/19/05

Navy Seal clip art courtesy of - 05/29/06

Marine Corps Seal clip art courtesy of Herbert Hice of MI - one of my Famous Marines who served in the South Pacific during WWII.
Thanks, Herbie!

Animated Tiny Birthday Cake clip art courtesy of Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 08/31/05
Thanks, Sarah Sugah!

Army Seal clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 05/24/06
Thanks, Al!

Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05

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