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I’m going to my twentieth high school reunion this weekend. Yep. Twenty years. Sigh…
Many classmates will be parents. See if any are grandparents, one couple were at my 20th. Also note who has held their weight, because those will be the ones to be least likely to change in appearance over the future reunions.
I also found at 20 years any minor grudges were gone, and it was fun to be able to relate to former classmates as adults. You can also compliment former flames openly, but discreetly about how beautiful they have remained.
Most of all have fun and re-establish connections because this will be a cohort you can enjoy over many years.
I am purposely misreading your first sentence so that it seems like you are engaging in a “Wedding Crashers”-like ruse and have attended (crashed) 19 previous high school reunions.
My 30th is next year. How the tempus does in fact fugit!
I also found at 20 years any minor grudges were gone, and it was fun to be able to relate to former classmates as adults.
Ditto. You have grown up, why not acknowledge that others have as well? My closest long-term friends have been from college, not high school though. More in common due to self-selected shared interests.
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