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Hi, Katie - I understand where you're coming from. My Senior yr wasn't anything to write home about, and before the advent of FB, I wasn't terribly close with any of my former classmates. On top of that, I never dated in HS, and didn't want to hear "Oh, you're not married?" repeated over & over....& over But, the dawn of FB riseth, and I've connected with many people who, oddly enough, I was just acquaintances with in school & we have a blast staying in touch now. And, since God's grace is so awesome, I'm in a much better place now as a single lady. So if God wills that I'm still single when that 20 reunion rolls around, I'm going!
I did have a friend who attended her 15 year reunion and ended up reconnecting and then marrying her old high school sweetheart.
You are so right!
I don't regret not going to this one but maybe by the time the next one rolls around, if I am in the position to be able to go, I will.
What if one of my former classmates turns out to be my future spouse? I know that is a stretch...
But, on a more practical level, recounting my story (as torturous as it may be) and sharing where I am now in my life (my involvement with the Church through Youth Ministry and my future goals) could open the door to some deeper conversations about religion...
Can you imagine? Sounds like a movie!