10 Year Reunion

My 10 Year Highschool Reunion is coming up in June. Even though I was homeschooled my last 3 years of school, I am still invited. I am so thankful that they remembered me! Yet, even though I am glad to be invited and included, I cannot decide if I actually want to go or not. On one hand, I would really like to see what everyone is up to now. Being that it was a small town and that I lived there most of my growing-up years, I have known most of these people since grade school or even kindergarten. But on the other hand, I wasn’t too close to anyone after junior high (except for Kristy, but she isn’t going) and I am afraid that if I do go, I will just be a wallflower like I was during highschool anyways and be too shy to talk to anyone. I really cannot make up my mind. If I go, will I be miserable and embarrassed because I am too afraid to talk to anyone? Or if I don’t go and just send in my bio information, will I regret that decision later to not attend? I only have four days left to RSVP. Aauugh! I cannot make up my mind! 😯

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5 Responses

  1. Janis says:

    yeah thats a tuffy……have to be your decision….wait 30 years like i did and then everyone will be old and senile and it wont matter because nobody recognises anyone anyway.

  2. Karen the future Davis gal says:

    Can’t you bring Greg along? Then at least you’d have someone to hang out with…:)

  3. shad says:

    that is a toughy.. i’ve always said that everyone i want to see from my class, i already see.. i doubt i’ll go to my 10 year, but maybe a 15 or 20 i’d be ready to go.. i guess for me i just haven’t done anything significant enough to show my face. for my reunion, i’ll probably just send bio info.. i’m not really into the rubbing old elbows things at this point.

  4. cindypoo says:

    oh ive always loved HS so cant wait to go to reunions and all but honestly…just go its not like u cant get up and leave n stuff, plus i bet they will have food n all that jazz. if not paint the rock and leave.

  5. Marilyn says:

    I vote YES, go. Sometimes when kids grow up they are LESS cliqueish and MORE friendly. And you could take Greg and show off Adrianna. Having kids helps in making connections and getting started with a conversation.

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