IN here I think
Re: Class reunions.... so glad I did not go..
They did send out life history print outs for those
of us who chose to write something
I did a cute bit about I met my hubby, whom I met
the first few days of orientation at SUNY Farmingdale, NY
I went there to become a Dental Hygienist and Ken the start
of his training ... he then had to go to night school for many years.
After reading all the others comments I am glad to have kept it
simple... You are right about not caring who did what.. I never did
keep that much contact with my classmates.. LOL too busy dating
my hubby to be :-)
I have found that it is indeed a small world though!
through our Wooden Canoe adventures not only have I met life long friends
but also bumped into 2 classmates/neighbors who also belonged to our canoe
What amazed me is how much bragging of all the good things that classmates had done
Hmmmm I forgot to mention to them of my life as a Scout leader/ Library assistant/ & member of
both our local Woman's Club and Garden Club...
It has been wonderful living in a small Community where many of us know each other!
Today was great for my hubby who is feeling a bit left out.. (he is doing well but still has
trouble with his speech...) He had a lot of the equipment he was able to help/ advise the
Sailing Group where everything goes and is now permanently out of our garage..
Sad thing is that this Club will not longer exist ... Ken had been a member since sometime in
the 50's but no one has the time etc anymore so it looks as this is the end of an era :-(