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Life updates: 20 year class reunion

I made it!  Twenty years ago, I graduated from high school.  It certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been that long.  Hubby and I graduated the same year, though we were NOT high school sweethearts.  In my heart and mind, I’m still twenty-five.  The calendar tells a different story.  😉

Party swag of hubby and I at 18 in cute purse I bought for for my reunion. Yes, It sparkles. 😉

Need to get some rest.  I’m not used to staying out all night and I think I’m catching a cold.  🙂  Bah!

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7 thoughts on “Life updates: 20 year class reunion”

  1. Nice purse! 😉

    Um, wow, now you have me thinking – I kinda hope my school never has a reunion, like, ever. 😀

    And the calender is a fecking liar. I was just saying to my OH the other day that we both think we’re still twenty. Catches up in the end, I suppose. 🙂

    1. Thanks! The purse is a little bit retro…like me. He! He! One of my thrifty finds.

      We had an open bar. Unlimited booze + people who haven’t seen each other in 2 decades= Wow! Interesting people watching! I highly recommend going to your reunion if you get the chance. 😉

      The calender is evil! I think we should all throw them away! LOL

      1. I wish I could have witnessed the destruction. You must have lots of new inspiration from the people watching. 😛 I doubt I would even hear about a reunion – I’m not very good at keeping in touch. I hated school though – I went on the mitch as much as possible. 😀

  2. awesome sparkly purse!!

    Yes! I am still fixated on 25 as well! i remember being 25…. everythign after that is a blur… You know, sadly I have never been to any of my reunions (and I have two potential reunions since I went to one school for 12 years and graduated from a second one) – I never get invited to either 😦 I

    1. Thanks, Jo! The camera does not do it justice. Vintage purse was fun. I picked it up a couple of weeks ago out in Ann Arbor. It fits my personality for going out and playing dress up. Something old. Something new. Blah, blah, blah… 😉

      Twenty-five is a good age to stick with. It’s that time of your life where your life is starting to make sense, but you’re not too bogged down with grown up stuff. My reunion was 99% planned via FB. They created a page and everything.

  3. lol you’re such a baby – it’s been decades upon decades since i graduated high school 😀 I must say your photots are fab. I’ve not been motivated to use the camera. Rain here too so no pool

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