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June 23, 2020

A lovely mix of Frame and Peterson family members, plus long-time family friends popped into a Peter Frame Zoom Open House Graduation Celebration this evening! From about 4:55 to 7:40 we hosted the comings and going of a few dozen folks who dropped in to congratulate Peter on his college graduation (and wish him a happy birthday TOMORROW)!

Thankful for Wes, Margie, Mark, Ben, Nina, Teri, Chad, Heidi, Jay, Saythong, Matt, Monica, Dror, Janet, Vicki C, Vicki S, Steve, Marie, Dianna, Chris, Bill, Sabrina, Marty, Maita, John, Matthew, Dean, Alan, Bob, Tam, Michael, Jim, Susan, Tobin.

Not traditional, not the ideal, but it’s June 2020 and everything’s upside down. It’s up to us to find new and creative ways of doing things.  So we Zoomed.

It was a joy to see everyone. It was especially fun every time the bell rang to see who would enter the call. The evening went in waves, alternating between chaotic and mellow, depending on who and how many were on at any given time.

Gratified beyond beyond for the love and support for our sweet guy. Peter was so pleased to answer everyone’s questions about next moves, career thoughts, favorite classes. Conversation got downright nerdy at turns, which was affirming.. as in: he’s on the right path.

Feeling mighty full of love and contentment at this moment.

A couple pics… a typical moment.. this moment had eight hollywood squares…

Screen Shot 2020-06-23 at 7.02.13 PM

And then, at the very, very end.. it was just the three of us. Soaking it all in.

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