In life, we can either let our experiences make us bitter, or we can channel that feeling towards being a good example in order to improve things.


Monday, August 06, 2007


Yesterday on Sunday, I met someone that I haven't seen since 8th grade 12 years ago. Then again I might have seen them a few years ago at a classmate's wedding. But anyway, it's amazing to finally see someone again after so long and catch up on what's happening. I asked her if she has kept in touch with the others and where they are living now, and she gave me an update.

Later, I mentioned to someone else, that we should have a class reunion. I long to see them again and find out what they are doing now etc. Only problem is everyone is so busy, and it would probably be hard for some who are far to come. Oh well. Over the years, I have seen a few here and there. I guess that's enough.


jewmaican20 said...

Hmmm. I wouldn't want a reunion with my high school classmates, but with my elementary/junior high? Definitely.

David_on_the_Lake said...

reunions are so much fun...

lvnsm27 said...

Jewmaican, cool

David, yea

yingerman said...

So according to the math are you 26 years old?
Hey, women's ages are a cosmic secret!

Don't worry your only as old as you feel!

Lvnsm27 said...

lol yep you guessed it.

Baruch Hashem, I still feel young.