Tuesday, November 13, 2007

It really doesn't feel like 20 years...

...since I graduated from high school. Technically, it's only been 19, but I had an email yesterday from one of my dearest high school friends, and in the email she asked if I was planning on attending our 20th reunion next fall. 20 years. Wow. I am feeling kinda old.

8 comments:

John said...

Older the violin, the sweeter the music.

-Gus

Diane J. said...

Class of '82, Trumann High School.

You're still a young chick, my dear. ;o)

Love and hugs,

Diane

Kelly said...

Oh goodness - I only have 3 1/2 years until my 20 year. That is scary.
Especially when I think about the fact that at our 20 year I'll be lucky if I have a 3 year old and about half of my class will have 16 -18 year olds (and possibly a few 20 year old children). Actually - by then some of my classmates could (and probably will) be grandparents. Now that freaks me out!ha!

Lindsay said...

LOL... Tis a matter of perspective, Mer. I love John's comment. At age 63, I'm gearing up to be at my 50th High School reunion.

Stephanie said...

I agree with Kelly. Class of '93 here. 15 years. And I know for a fact I have classmates with 15 year old children. I hadn't even thought about my classmates being grandparents. O my goodness!!! That is freaking me out!!!!

Susan said...

Wow, are we really counting decades?? I still feel like I am in my 20s. My 20th reunion will be coming around in a little while.

carrie said...

My 10-year reunion was this past summer, and since I was senior class president, I was in charge of the planning!

Kecia said...

Mike and I used to joke about being "Mom and Dad" to our college students...now we're the SAME AGE as some of their parents! Yikes! (But I'm always quick to point out my 3 year old, hee hee)