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30th High School Reunion Recap

Since some of you have asked, I thought I would give you a recap of my 30th high school reunion.

First of all, it was at the Lockhart Smokehouse in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, and the food was AMAZING! One of my classmates owns the restaurant and he closed the whole thing for the evening just for us.

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As I was talking to the different people coming in, one of my classmates, a man, said, “Oh, you went with the black outfit!” And I was all, “… YOU read my blog???” And then I cracked up to think of it! (I’m looking at you, Gregg!)

I’m not sure why, but the thought of a man reading here struck me as so funny. And also made me wonder how many things I should be embarrassed about. (Note to self: No more posts about “female issues.”)

I had decided on the blue dress with boots, but thanks to a fall at the roller skating rink the day before the event that left me with huge bruises on both my knees, I went with the black pants at the last minute.

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Here I am with my drill team besties.

About THE cheerleader: She was a grade or two ahead of me, so she wasn’t there. Another cheerleader who was there and had read my post took me aside and said, “Was it MEEEE??? I am so sorry if it was!” I assured her that it wasn’t and she was so relieved. She said she had worried about it that day!

I had a fabulous time catching up with friends, some I hadn’t seen in the 30 years since graduation. It is so interesting to hear all the stories and follow all the turns their lives had taken. One guy came all the way from Wyoming!

I’m really glad I went and I’m so glad I can continue keeping up with everyone and their families on Facebook.

What about you? Do you attend your high school reunions?

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  1. I went to my 10th in 1999, and it was dis-a-point-ing!! . They held it at the country club with music too loud and cold cuts for food. So many people were drinking heavily and dancing provocatively with other people’s spouses. We left the “event” early in the evening, and since my husband rarely got a Saturday night off, we did our best to redeem the evening. I left feeling sad that apparently the majority of my class mates (present) had not matured. I decided to skip the 20th year reunion. Maybe the 30th….

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