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Vintage Mr. Steak ad/one sheet. From Flickr.

A nostalgic part of my childhood. It was my favorite restaurant to go to for my birthday. Back then I thought it was the fanciest restaurant in the world.

Sep 06
Vintage Mr. Steak ad/one sheet. From Flickr.
A nostalgic part of my childhood. It was my favorite restaurant to go to for my birthday. Back then I thought it was the fanciest restaurant in the world.

Dear Space Shuttle,

In 1977, about the time the Enterprise (OV-101) flew on its own for the first time I was preparing to enter Kindergarten. By the time the Columbia (OV-102) made its first spaceflight in 1981, I was a 3rd grader.

Now in the midst of my 39th year, after 135 missions and 31 years of service, it’s time to bid you a fond farewell. I’ve witnessed a breathtaking Endeavor (OV-105) launch at Cape Canaveral, held my breath for Challenger (OV-099) and Columbia, and sighed with wonder and relief as you all returned home. Each mission you undertook widened our view and deepened our knowledge of this universe.

What a thrill it’s been to grow up with you. You’re the first thing I can remember thinking was a true sign of the future. Every launch, every orbit, and every landing fired my imagination and filled me with awe. You will be truly missed.

Thank you.

Your fan,

Jamie

Jul 09
Dear Space Shuttle,
In 1977, about the time the Enterprise (OV-101) flew on its own for the first time I was preparing to enter Kindergarten. By the time the Columbia (OV-102) made its first spaceflight in 1981, I was a 3rd grader.
Now in the midst of my 39th year, after 135 missions and 31 years of service, it’s time to bid you a fond farewell. I’ve witnessed a breathtaking Endeavor (OV-105) launch at Cape Canaveral, held my breath for Challenger (OV-099) and Columbia, and sighed with wonder and relief as you all returned home. Each mission you undertook widened our view and deepened our knowledge of this universe.
What a thrill it’s been to grow up with you. You’re the first thing I can remember thinking was a true sign of the future. Every launch, every orbit, and every landing fired my imagination and filled me with awe. You will be truly missed.
Thank you.


Your fan,
Jamie

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Posted on Tuesday September 6th 2011 at 11:45am. Its tags are listed below.

Vintage Mr. Steak ad/one sheet. From Flickr.
A nostalgic part of my childhood. It was my favorite restaurant to go to for my birthday. Back then I thought it was the fanciest restaurant in the world.
Vintage Mr. Steak ad/one sheet. From Flickr.
A nostalgic part of my childhood. It was my favorite restaurant to go to for my birthday. Back then I thought it was the fanciest restaurant in the world.

Vintage Mr. Steak ad/one sheet. From Flickr.

A nostalgic part of my childhood. It was my favorite restaurant to go to for my birthday. Back then I thought it was the fanciest restaurant in the world.

Posted on Saturday July 9th 2011 at 09:12pm. Its tags are listed below.

Dear Space Shuttle,
In 1977, about the time the Enterprise (OV-101) flew on its own for the first time I was preparing to enter Kindergarten. By the time the Columbia (OV-102) made its first spaceflight in 1981, I was a 3rd grader.
Now in the midst of my 39th year, after 135 missions and 31 years of service, it’s time to bid you a fond farewell. I’ve witnessed a breathtaking Endeavor (OV-105) launch at Cape Canaveral, held my breath for Challenger (OV-099) and Columbia, and sighed with wonder and relief as you all returned home. Each mission you undertook widened our view and deepened our knowledge of this universe.
What a thrill it’s been to grow up with you. You’re the first thing I can remember thinking was a true sign of the future. Every launch, every orbit, and every landing fired my imagination and filled me with awe. You will be truly missed.
Thank you.


Your fan,
Jamie

Dear Space Shuttle,

In 1977, about the time the Enterprise (OV-101) flew on its own for the first time I was preparing to enter Kindergarten. By the time the Columbia (OV-102) made its first spaceflight in 1981, I was a 3rd grader.

Now in the midst of my 39th year, after 135 missions and 31 years of service, it’s time to bid you a fond farewell. I’ve witnessed a breathtaking Endeavor (OV-105) launch at Cape Canaveral, held my breath for Challenger (OV-099) and Columbia, and sighed with wonder and relief as you all returned home. Each mission you undertook widened our view and deepened our knowledge of this universe.

What a thrill it’s been to grow up with you. You’re the first thing I can remember thinking was a true sign of the future. Every launch, every orbit, and every landing fired my imagination and filled me with awe. You will be truly missed.

Thank you.

Your fan,

Jamie