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  • The man on the right is Dennis LaBonté who used to sell my artwork in the south of the Mason - Dixon - Line of the US 35 years ago. Later plans changed and we lost touch for at least 25 years. A couple of weeks ago we met with him and his wife Deborah in San Antonio. The beauty of our encounter was that it seemed that we had just talked maybe a few months ago, not decades. The trust was there, this inner click that let us flow with each other, the humor, no effort in hanging out with each other.

    30 years ago we all had huge plans, we were ambicious, we dreamt big dreams....some have come true, others not, Life has beaten us all a bit in different ways as Life sooner or later tends to do. So far I have not met ONE person that has been saved.

    30 years later we are more grateful for what is still good in our lives and that we are still arround.

    Not too bad!
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