It just great to help you put your life in perspective with your goals when you look at where you thought you would be and where you are. It gives you the feedback that you may need to change some things and work harder for your dreams, or that you are on the right track. AND it’s always good to see old friends. 3 years ago
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We might be having this at the end of the year. I am not really sure if I am going. High school wasn’t really a great phase for me. 5 years ago
but I figured I’d regret it if I didn’t. And it was so fun! So that was great. 5 years ago
The reunion last Saturday was great fun. I never realised how many people cheated off me in high school. :) 6 years ago
Not sure if I want to go, I havent kept in touch with anyone. Maybe? Maybe not? I dont know! Still 1 year away, I guess I have some time to think about it. 6 years ago
...I’m doing a lot better than my classmates, generally, which shocks me.
My 20th is this (or next) year….I hope to go! 6 years ago
So worth it!! I had lost touch with my best friend and – BAM!! – there she was!! Since then, of course, we’ve stayed in touch. 6 years ago
I’m married with a great wife and kids. I never fit in at High School. Even though I had a small class, and we all new each other (most of us were in the same grade together all 12 years), but I never really had any friends. Of course I had my crush on this girl or that girl, but I was too shy to make a move.
I would really like to get back in touch with some of these people, and create freindships that I never had before.I’m afraid if I go, however, all those old feelings could emotionally knock me out.
After 10+ years I think I’ve successfully repressed a period of depression in my life. do I take the chance and go? 7 years ago
an interesting observation that someone told me before i went to mine was that all the women will look the same and all the men will be fat and balding. sure enough, that’s what it looked like. it will be interesting to see how the 20 year one shapes up. 7 years ago
I went to both of my high school reunions. The one where I grew up and the one I graduated from. Especially rewarding was the one where I grew up in Montana. Everyone had changed so much! Part of me hoped that some people would get fat and ugly, but instead they got even more beautiful – inside and out! There was no one there that I wasn’t happy to see. I’m totally looking forward to my 20-year. 7 years ago
I had an absolute blast at my 10-year reunion.
I’m so glad I went. 7 years ago
There’s a part of me that would like to attend. I haven’t seen too many people from my class in the past ten years, so in that respect, it would be nice. You only hear about those that have gotten married and/or have had kids. Some of my hesitations revolve around sharing my non-existent social life on account of teaching and working on my Masters. I’m sure the evening would be nice and that a lot of the cliques formed in high school would have deteriorated. All-girls schools are a culture of their own. I sat somewhere in the middle of wanting to fit in and not caring. So I have no strong feelings about going or not going. We’ll see…maybe I’ll get married and have a few kids in the span of 6 months to have something to boast about…on second thought, I might take the opportunity to justify buying a new pair of shoes! ;) 7 years ago
Unless you want make fun of people who never grew up from high school or screw an old flame. 7 years ago
I looked great, and got really drunk, so I barely remember anything, but I had fun! 7 years ago
I had a lot of fun catching up with people. I wan’t one of the popular people in school but it’s amazing how that doesn’t matter after a while. There were still the few that try to hold onto that “glory” but monst understand that life is what you make it and not who you are. I had so much fun and I’ve even been outa few times since then with some friends I had lost touch with. 7 years ago
I just have to gradutate highschool first. lol
There’s a 10 year reunion going on at my highschool now. Hah. 7 years ago
I refuse tomiss my 10 year reunion. I can not wait to see the “play now, work later” people. LOL. I want to see how many people I predicted may flop/succeed in the real world after highschool. Even though I am grown and on my own and SUPER over highschool, I want to go to see how many “hot girls” have lost their fire. I want to see how many cool dudes stayed cool or stepped up their game and became FROZEN..”like myself”. It maynot be right to do so, but I think my level of confidence will be one bar away from cockiness and my level of self assurance will be one bar away from arrgoance.. towards certain people. I must rub my success in because it wasn’t an accident, it was PLANNED. College Grad., Degree in Graphic Design, Entrepreneur owning two successful businesses at age 24 (I’m 25 now), Single, No children, Have my own place and car, have an apartment in Costa Rica, good looking, nice male model physiche, healthy, with true friends, and most of all im HAPPYYY! I know all of that may sound quite arrogant to people, but I’m not arrogant, just proud of all of these accomplishments. Can’t wait to see who else reached their goals. Basically, I want the people who always knew I would achieve greatness to see it and I want all of the ones (we usually call them HATERSSS) that said that I wouldn’t achieve it to REALLLY know that I did.. like it or love it. Who’s Bad. OWWWW. 7 years ago
Man, that was lame. I drove all the way back to my hometown, and it was just not worth it. Maybe I’m glad I went this time, but there’s no way I’m going to any more. I didn’t like those people then, I don’t know why I thought I would like them now. 7 years ago
It was VERY cool to again to be among so may people that knew me! 7 years ago
I was a different person back then. I went to church and was pretty happy, most of the time. I had a few big parties where everyone got drunk or stoned. I left the area right after high school and kept in touch with very few people. I am different now! I have tatoos and piercings, don’t go to church, don’t party much and graduated form college. I am still pretty happy, and have gained alot of weight. I will probably go to the reunion in 2007, we will have to see. 7 years ago
I recently received an email about attending the 10 year reunion for high school!
I happen to notice a few of name organising the event and I got mixed feelings about it.
However! Not going would be a stupid idea so I think I’ll cough-up the cost and go! 8 years ago
It was scary up until I actually walked into the reunion. As much as I thought I was out of place in high school, I felt more welcome at the reunion than I ever did in school.
Perhaps they knew something I didn’t? 8 years ago
My 10-year high school reunion was hilarious. I went to a prep school and I didn’t like most of my classmates, but the ones I did want to see were there, and it was wonderful to catch up with them. As for all the beautiful people who made fun of me in elementary school for playing with insects and being genetically tennis-impaired, they were fascinating to look at. Some were still beautiful, some a little worse for the wear, some had really grown up and become interesting people. Some had stayed pretty much the same. I searched deep within myself and found that all my supposed emotional scarring from the machinations of these careless golden children just didn’t exist anymore. We do grow up, we do change, and things do get better. And hey, everyone was 3 sheets to the wind, so what the hell. 8 years ago