BUENOS DIAS, AMIGOS
Here are Sharon and Sally
outside Casa Tropica, their new
home away from home, in San
Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Sally now spends most of her
time in San Miguel, helping the
young women at the orphanage
develop the skills necessary to
make their way in the world.
Sharon is getting away to Casa
Tropica whenever Marin
Optometry can do without her
for a few days.
Sally and Sharon say that San
Miguel offers an idyllic lifestyle
to the many Americans and
artists who have taken up
residence there. They also say
they have plenty of room for
guests, and would like
company almost any time.
RECENT FAMILY NEWS - ALMOST SPRING 2005
Much of the "Segal Clan" met for brunch in Philadelphia in March. The Gleits (Ruth, Mort and
Shoshana), The Alberts (Molly & Marc), The Batchlers (Andi, Paul & Julie), The Segals (Rose,
Stu, Sharon & Stephen), and "Aunt Lois", "Uncle Joe" and "Cousin Kathy" all had a great time
talking about old times and new - and all promised to stay in touch and do it again soon.
We're going to try to get together again, perhaps this summer, when Steve or Elliott Edelstein
are in town.
If you haven't yet had the pleasure of seeing Shoshana Gleit's work, spend some time browsing
her website, www.shoshanagleit.com, and also take a look at the Graphic Witness site. We're
sure this talented, insightful young woman will have an impact on you.
Ever read any Stephen H. Segal? Try Steve's Web Site.
STACY AND STEPHEN MOVING TO WASHINGTON
In early April, Stacy begins working from the Washington, D.C. offices of Carnegie Mellon
University, where she is a Lobbyist.
Steve and Stacy will live in Silver Springs, with their cats. Their horse, Skipper, will stay in the
Pittsburgh area for a short while, and will relocate in the warmer weather.
Isn't she sweet?
|Rashmi and Stu adopt a second