March 12, 1984Dear Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Hortons;
Greetings from Southwestern Ohio! It must be nice to be able to miss the worst storm of the winter, which started last Wednesday/Thursday. By Thursday night the roads were pure ice where the snow hadn't drifted over.
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I wrote a Geography paper on the development of Port William, which I expected to get about a B on – I got an A+ (49 out of 50 points) a rarity from my professor.
My name tags for Christian Women's Club this month were kites – they wanted air-planes to go with the theme "Come Fly With Me" – but we didn't know how to make a pattern for them, so we cut out multi-colored kites – and I spent Friday evening cutting and tying 100 "tails" –– they had only 76 reservations so I had a few left over.
The choir is busily preparing for the Easter Cantata, which we will perform Easter Sunday morning at church. We have now gone to two practices a week (Tuesday & Wednesday 7-8:30). And this Saturday we have an extra practice.
This Sunday (3-18) I plan to leave right after church to go see John and X and will be there until Tuesday morning
Tomorrow morning I have my Poli Sci Final, and Wednesday, I have my Bible and Geography finals. The theme & variations are considered my final for music theory, and my final in conducting will be how I conduct my five pieces when they have it on April 8.
Guess that's all the news – Hope everything's fine down South.
Love, M.V. (One of your cold Ohio Relatives)