Sunny and getting warmer - Woohoo! I'm actually going to be down in your part of the state this weekend - Women of Faith at Nationwide Arena. Unfortunately, the group I'm going with aren't stampers, so probably no sidetrips to stamping stores included. At least I'll get to go to Archiver's at Easton.
I like him already! I've noticed there are a few BRAVE rebels down here. Friends back in Michigan asked if I was going to become a Buckeye, to which I replied, "Nope - I'll be a transplanted Wolverine!".
My hubby, Steve, graduated in '86. But he has five older sisters. Sounds like you might be closest in age to the middle ones: did you know a Carol, Gladys or Marilyn Yoder?
Actually, I'm an "import". I'm originally from Michigan and moved here 4-1/2 years ago when I married my hubby. He's a Wayne County "lifer" - born in Orrville, went to Northwestern, and has lived in our house since '98. Chances are he's at least acquainted with some of the people you know. I still sometimes get a bit confused about who belongs to who around here - I often joke that there are only 5 last names, and everyone is related to everyone else! lol And my last name is now "Yoder", so I guess I blend in. ;)