Janet Jim and Peggy
We have this fabulously handsome friend in Hawaii who moved away 33 years ago. I always wondered where he was and how he was doing in his life. He is charming and a very smart business guy as well.
Thanks to the internet and Facebook I found him one night and am so happy to see how great his life is going. He has a beautiful family and I decided to get some of his friends to send a little Ypsilanti Aloha off to Jerry from Ann Arbor, MI to Hawaii!
P.S. I did not drink one alcoholic drink nor smoke anything, just naturally goofy....
And now on to the show Jerry.....
Last night I took a little journey in my retro past and had a fabulous time! Janet Stadtmiller found me on Facebook and though she was mainly friends with my cousin Leslie, we met at a club to see her first true love fantastic keyboard player Jim King play with his current band Driving Sideways. Jim owns King's Keyboard House in Ann Arbor so run out there a grab a keyboard!
Jim started the band Masquerade back in the 70's when we were all teenagers hanging out with the band. Jim was my personal favorite of the band even though my first true love was Rich Nisbet the bass player. Jimmy sang and played piano/organ/etc. He sang the best of them all. Sorry guys... Jimmy did sing the best.
Beth Soraruf came out and Peggy Papes too! I had a blast dancing with the girls and 2 stepping with Peggy to country songs. Been a few decades since the Urban Cowboy days! Where's John Travolta when you need him? Copied John and Uma on batman twist song too.
Great story! WHO THE HELL IS JERRY????
Jerry is a really nice guy that I knew long ago and far away in Washtenaw County. I met up with a bunch of Jerry's friends and we had a little media party for him.
GREAT POST HOPE JERRY LIKED IT!
Kimmer: thanks so much for showing me such a good time while I was in Michigan. I had a full on blast. Of course I love the blog you did of me and Jim and friends. I felt like a star for 15 minutes-what a trip. I loved seeing Beth and Peggie and of course YOU!!!! Jim just feels like a part of my family. I really respect and admire the kind of work you do on the computer. Thanks again for making it so special. I still would love to see the update on the group "Blue Air" or whatever they are called now. Thanks again for such a fun time.
Thanks Janet and it was a blast! Bethany, Jerry loved it a lot. He emailed me from Hawaii.
Another former Ann Arborite thanks you for a walk down memory lane!
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