Among their closest friends are married couples Paul Hanson ’96 and Oona Miller Hanson ’97, Ben Pecht ’96 and Banks Staples Pecht ’96, Tom Flummerfelt ’96 and Dahlia Fetouh ’96, Jennifer Hubbard ’96 and Frank Winslow ’96, and Dave Digilio ’96 and Kim Sladkin Digilio ’95.Among the Sladkin siblings, the number climbs to 100 percent — Kim’s two sisters, Colleen ’91 and Cheryl ’93, also married Princeton alumni. I sing and play a little on the acoustic and key bored. I am a little overweight, blonde/blue, 5' 7" tall, a nice smile (all my teeth, lol). I'm a down to earth 19yr old, still trying to figure everything out. My hobbies are writing music and performing it as well. Well I enjoy watching movies, playing video games, going out to eat, going to the park, hangin out with my kids, etc. I Like Skateboarding, Shopping, Working Out, Anything To Do With Art & Music.. Latest blogs: Demonstrators at the Trump Inauguration.
I want to sell my songs but singing and playing are only hobbies. I play guitar, I'm into baking, permaculture, holistic health, record collecting, DIY projects, going on adventures and cool stuff. My name is Ally, Im currently a recovered cutter, i love all types of music, but specificaly I love esape the fate, my chemical romance, bullet for my valentine, simple plan, blink 182, Faber drive, smile empty soul. It's too much pressure to try to figure out if something will work. I Suffer from bipolar depression, clinical depression, and post partum … I enjoy being outdoors and listening to live music. The local farmers paid the POWs to work on their farms. Under a special bill, the German prisoners were contracted to work on the City Park located across from city hall. On June 30, 2011, a Collin County District Court Judge issued a judgment ending a legal dispute over Princeton's southern boundary.The park was built as a living memorial and shrine to those who served and died during World War II. The judgment ruled against the city, finding that the tract of land in question had not been annexed and was not lawfully within the city limits. The motion carried unanimously." This decision was reported in The Princeton Herald on July 14, 2011 by Jamie Engle under the title, "City manager terminated, no appeal in 982 case." On October 10, 2011, Princeton city council approved a new map that reflected the judge's decision.