Kevin D. – fellow co-worker
Introduced me to Watchmen and I could not put it down once I started. Thanks for all the comic talk and here’s looking towards your new baby, coming soon!
“Union Chris” – old friend
Met you in the student lounge and since we knew a lot of Chrises, you became Union Chris. Funny now how you’ve grown up and gotten a real job.
Millie – old lady on childhood street
Walked the streets with a large green rolling bag and lived in a tiny white house with blacked out windows. I always wondered if you had died in there.
Mr. Jim – childhood neighbour
I used to stop by your house on my way home from school and we ate milk and cookies while watching the afternoon news; me, you and your wife.
Herman – childhood neighbour
Older guy who always worked in the yard, meticulous at his gardening until one day, I didn’t see him and my parents told me he died. I didn’t understand.
JR Reagan – childhood/neighborhood friend
Blond spiky hair and a troublemaker, I followed you around – being one year older – and wanted to skate and ride bikes just like you and your friends.
Erin K – neighbourhood friend
Lived on the opposite side of the street but house had the same layout as mine, just flipped. I envied you having an older sister and a pool too.
Pinkie – friend’s grandmother
Nicest old lady; let us swim in her pool and made awesome cookies. Drove us to Awana and was a team leader. I remember your white cotton candy hair.
You changed the spelling of your name to be different but you really weren’t: just another asshole in high school who wanted to be in a rock band. Asshole.
My first crush in the new high school. Your drove a Jimmy and your name was Jimmy. Somehow this made you even cuter to me. But your brother sucked.