[APG Public List] [APG Members] Who do you think you are? My days One and Two.

John Wylie wylie.jwc at sbcglobal.net
Sat Mar 5 19:47:40 MST 2011



Your epistle is a first-rate read. I loved it. It wasn’t as good as being in London, but it brought me closer to the experience. Thanks for your thoughtfulness and time in sharing. 


John Wylie in Texas 


PS  We love the British comedies but sometimes revert to Google to look up a term. Talk about delayed laughter <grin>.




From: apgmembersonlylist-bounces+john=johnwylie.com at apgen.org [mailto:apgmembersonlylist-bounces+john=johnwylie.com at apgen.org] On Behalf Of Rolgeiger at aol.com
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Yesterday but a week ago I had the happy chance to learn to know several members of APG. 


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We sat down and ordered our pizzas and the waiters produced some confusion when they brought the pizzas along and called them other names than on the menu. I had ordered a Caesar salad and it was very good. The wine bottles emptied and new were opened and we talked together and it was really a fine chance to talk to people whom you knew from the lists but never talked personally. Now some of us had a face behind the email adress. Later – after most of us had left – I talked to Maggie Loughran and Geoff Swinfield about several things I did not understand. They knew the event very well. When the restaurant closed at 11 p.m. I accompanied Audrey Collins and another lady who stayed at the Hilton and went back to the hotel. 


Roland Geiger



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