|Wayne Lunkwitz (#47062774)|
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D.O.B 8/31/1963..graduated high school 1982|
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|Carolyn||RE: Re: Dwayne Variance|
You are welcome. I came across his memorial when I was looking through that cemetery. It's always sad to see people so young pass away. So sorry about your friend.
Added by Carolyn on Feb 18, 2013 10:17 AM
|Evan Hayenga||Not forgotten|
How are you? Doing well I hope!
You must forgive me for being so late in responding to your message. You had a lot to say and I had a lot to say as well. Thanks for being open and honest.
Anyone's sexual orientation is never a problem with me. You can rest assured that you can speak openly about anything. (fine details are your secrets) O.K?
I had prostate cancer in 2006 and it almost killed me. They had to remove it and unfortunately all your sex organs go with it. Including your body's ability to keep producing male hormones. So the testosterone is gone. And my sex life is too. However we all carry and produce both male and female hormones. Men and women! I have found that I love women more than ever. It's beautiful how they express how they feel with very few words. I am a bit more emotional too! My female hormones have kicked in.
You know what? I like it Wayne. I always had problems having any female friends at all. Now, that's all I have and a lot of them. Life feels good!
Will write back soon.
|Bob Hufford||RE: Zelda Rubenstien Memorial|
Thank you for writing. I don't know who put those virtual reunions together, or how much maintenance they receive, but I agree that Zelda belongs. The easiest way would be to send the information you sent me to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Evan Hayenga||"A Freddie Loving Friend"|
Always nice to see other men in Freddie's notes and messages. My name is Evan. "A Freddie Loving Friend" if you ever want to contact me!
I will always love Freddie Mercury. Not just for his music,..but also for the incredible and remarkable man that he was offstage. Living and loving his life up to the very end!
Simply the greatest!
|Alan Kaufman||RE: Iva Lunkwitz Memorial|
Thank you for your thank you. I'm glad we made contact. Feel free to give me a holler.
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