Thursday, April 20, 2006


I don't believe Amy was at Clarke. I think she joined me at Washington.

Amy and I shared homeroom all four years. She seemed like a friendly girl, albeit a little quiet and shy. We never had much contact with one another. So I don't have an abundance of memories surrounding her.

I do recall having her in Mr. Scriver's history class during sophomore year. By the way, at what point did "social studies" become "history?" I think it was in high school. Anyway, Dave Svatek and I were talking about Adolf Hitler. It was his 98th birthday. And I very matter-of-factly commented that Hitler was in Argentina. For whatever reason, Amy found my response to be hilarious. And she burst out laughing. I don't think she realized that there were always rumors that Hitler had somehow escaped Nazi Germany and took up shelter in Argentina. So not knowing that, yes, I can see where that comment could be thought of as funny. By the way, I of course was kidding about Hitler actually living in Argentina.

I believe Amy was on the swimming team throughout her high school years.

On our senior video, Amy had quite a bit of difficulty making it through her comments without laughing.

I liked Amy. She was always cheerful and happy. She had a certain cuteness about her too.

I think I ran into Amy a few times at the video store. She remained friendly. Not long after high school, I believe she moved. In time she married and became Amy Wallace. According to Erin Hynek, her husband is a cop. Today it looks like they live between Milwaukee and Madison.


At Thu Apr 20, 12:34:00 PM PDT, Blogger Brad Strouf said...

She married a cop?...God help her.

At Thu Apr 20, 01:04:00 PM PDT, Blogger thephantom said...

We all get it.
strouf is a cop!

At Thu Apr 20, 01:15:00 PM PDT, Blogger mimikatemom said...

I THINK he's a policeman. Amy was always one of my favorite people...she was/is so sweet. She sat in front of me
in Houer's class and for some reason I'd bonk her over the head with my pencil. I don't know why but I think it was because it made her laugh and she has a great laugh. Her whole body would twitch and it cracked me up. But funny or not I shouldn't have bonked you with my pencil! I'm sorry! We went to TRCCS together for a few years and I "recruited" her, somewhat unwillingly I
think sometimes, to the swim team. She always worked her butt off. The WOZ!

At Thu Apr 20, 01:32:00 PM PDT, Blogger TWORIVERSWALRUS said...

He is a cop - or at least he was. That much I've confirmed.

But will the phantom play ball? Have I even done the phantom?


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