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Long live the cute little King!
Nic and Linda - Finally made some time to explore this site. You all look SO happy!!! Can't wait to meet Arthur in person. I saw your parents, Nic, at Blenkush's graduation on Sunday - am encouraging a summer Dressen/Achter get together. What do you think?? Your parents look GREAT! I've been travelling down memory lane lately. The weekend before that I was in Mitchell and saw Russ and Rea at Patti's daughter Christina'a graduation. This weekend is our son Eric's party. He hopes to be an El Ed teacher. Wouldn't Mom have loved to have seen that!! I knew there would be something magical about Arthur when I heard what day he chose to be born! Take care, give that baby a smooch for me, and get some sleep!! Peg Achter Mann
You are the cutest little Arthur I have ever seen! Love, Cousin Louise Mac.
Hello Arthur - My name is Don Langlois and your dad and I went to the seminary together. We scouted football for your Uncle Dan and watch your Aunt Mary swish(!)her basketball shots during her games and on the asphalt, where she regularly beat your dad at horse. Your dad is a fine man and a good friend. We went to U of M basketball games and saw the legend Al McGuire call the Louisville / Minnesota game. There were some great players on the court that day including Kevin McHale. Your dad may look old and dilapidated to you now, but he was a great athlete and a better person. I name my first son Nic and your dad had something to do with that. I look forward to seeing you and later when you read this you can ask me all about these things. Don and Jan Langlois
Dear Arthur, It was fun to celebrate your first Christmas! You are a special cousin and we like having you in our family. Thanks for visiting us in Alexandria; come see us again soon!! Love, Ann and Jack Dressen