Friday, December 02, 2005

Dora High School Alumni Blog

The Bulldog Blog is a new feature for the alumni website. I'll be posting entries from time to time.
It was cool this morning here in Empire, Alabama. I cranked up the fireplace as we drank our morning coffee. Squirrils scampered around in the yard in search of the birdseed we put out each day.
Thanks to Will Justice, a student at Dora, for shooting a photo of this years Mr. & Miss Bulldog. I thought the picture was really good. My hope is that I can get others to start submitting pictures and announcements. It is hard keeping the content fresh by one's self.
If you have a new addition to your family: a new child or grandchild, a new pet, or a new car please shoot a photo to me and let's post it.
Stay warm.

1 comment:

  1. Rick, I sure do appreciate the fine work you have done. I enjoy reading about the people in Dora. My Grand Parents lived in Dora in the fifties and sixties. My Grand Father was a flag man for the Frisco. I spent my summers and holidays in Dora. I went to Tarrant High School. I met so many wonderful kids in Dora, mostly girls. Not because I was a wolf, but that was all that lived around my Grand Mother's home. The Savages and the Joslyns, Elaine Morgan and Diane Allbritton. Rollin Gilbreath was my brother in law, He is as fine of a person as there is. Morris Savage and Don Smithers were also special people. I would go to the Baptist church and watch Asa Faith sing. I have so many memories of sitting with my GrandDad watching the trains fly by. I will always have a soft spot in my heart for Dora and the fine people. I have a nice collection of Frisco HO model trains.


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