Wednesday, February 25, 2009

High School Reunion of Sorts

I did not get to attend my Murray High School 10 Year Reunion. We were just in the beginning phase of our move from Hawaii to move in with Todd's parents. Not exactly the kind of info one would be "proud" to share at a reunion. So my heart wasn't broken.

However, today I was reunited with three of my close friends from High School. I was very nervous. Partly because I have forgotten (or suppressed, whatever you want to call it) who I was in high school. After getting to know people during those years of my life, they have admitted that either a) their first impression of me was that I was a snob or b) I was too happy all the time and it could be annoying at times.

What I would give to be too happy all the time now! That's what I mean...have I forgotten how to be happy all the time? Do I always come across as snobby now? Which one am I?

But after eating, sitting, and gabbing for a while I remembered why I called these girls friends. I sure didn't feel judged or as though I was under the radar at all. I felt very comfortable in my own skin, in my own humble home and with my own kids running around doing their thing.

Thanks girls for a fabulous afternoon. You left me wanting more! I can't wait till we can get together again. I tried scanning the picture of us all at the "Inaugural Ball" but my scanner won't work.

4 comments:

Janel Ogden said...

I am very glad it went well! It's so pleasant to be surrounded by people that accept you for what you are!

Becca said...

I heard rumors that people thought I was a snob in high school too. It's not a pleasant thought. I'm glad you had a happy reunion!

Mandagirl said...

Just for the record... I never thought you were a snob or too happy. I envied your happiness and loved your beautiful face and gorgeous hair.

Brooke said...

I never thought you were snobby or too happy at all!! I thought you were adorably gorgeous and spunky and fun and honestly I wished that I knew you better! And I remember that you had such a beautiful singing voice.