high school reunion

The day of the event, I packed my new clothes in a bag, grabbed a bottle of scotch (in case things went south quickly), and
High school can evoke bad memories, of cliques and hormone-infused drama, of memorizing World War I dates, of diagramming sentences and conjugating Latin verbs and struggling through Calculus. Of being plagued by self-doubt and wanting desperately to fit in.
It’s nothing against my fellow classmates. I was simply trying to hide.
It's almost time for reunion parties. There is excitement and fear for anyone whose time it is to reunite with former classmates. My 20-year High School Reunion is the best reunion story out there.
Hey, don't be reticent to get up enough nerve to attend your 50th reunion! There are so many motivating reasons for you to be part of such a
As a planning committee, we still have many details left to finalize for our 20th reunion (namely, all of them). But the feedback I have received so far has been anticipation and excitement.
All in all, it was a fine evening. I'm glad I hold a small piece of responsibility for putting it together. But just a heads up: In 30 years there's no way in hell I'm making 400 laminated badges. That's on you, Malibu!
Dr. Glenn Thomas: After high school, I went to medical school for 3 years in Haiti, and am now a surgeon, specializing in
I didn't want to go to the school reunion. It sounded like torture. But two best friends talked me into it. "It'll be a blast," said #1 best friend. "You can finally get revenge on the Nasty Girl who said that nasty thing to you when you were fifteen that you've never forgotten.
Last weekend I traveled to Chicago for a high school reunion that we decided to hold outside of the usual decade milestones. This was #43. I couldn't make the 40th as I had a wedding that same weekend, but it was fairly well-attended and everyone seemed amenable to getting together more often.