David Patson is a Pre-Med student at the University of Georgia who awakens carefree on his 20th birthday, May 25, 1977, then meets three uninvited strangers who crash his party and take him on what can only be described as the journey of a lifetime. The view of life presented by 20/80 A Love Letter...Sort Of is different from rmal 20/20 vision, with a few laughs mixed in for good measure. Unfortunately for the author, the more you find yourself trying t to laugh at his sometime irreverent and quirky humor, the less likely you'll be to recommend this book to your friends, unwilling to risk admitting that his irascible sense of humor resonated with your own. So please, for the author's sake, just read 20/80 for the timeless love story it reveals. And let your friends be surprised as they try t to laugh.
David Anders (UGA Class of '79) lives in Peachtree City, GA where he practices Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. In his free time he enjoys playing trombone. He met his wife, Kenya (UGA Class of '80), at the University of Georgia in an Honors English class. Kenya and David both received their M.D. degrees from the Medical College of Georgia. Kenya is a full-time mom and a part-time dermatologist, harpist, and clarinetist. She is known across the region for baking the best sourdough bread ever tasted. They have five children: Rebekah, Lloyd, Luke, Rachel, and Lincoln.