Saturday, October 01, 2005

Moro Homecoming

I had a great time seeing some of the "girls" I went to school with from 1961 through 1968. None of us has changed all that much except that we grew UP and out quite a bit.


Back row, LtoR, Pamela, Me, Donna, Debra. Front,LtoR, Paula, Stephanie, Marsha, and a girl who started to school after I moved away to live with my father in England.


My cousin Judy (in green) was there with my Aunt Dale (in pink, my dad's youngest sister). It was nice to get them each a big ole hug and a hello.

10 comments:

Special K said...

Reunions! How fun!

Brent said...

I've been to three class reunions...and an unofficial fourth one when a close classmate was killed in an accident. No matter what the circumstances, I love seeing old friends!!

Cindra said...

Everyone looks great! What a great time. I didn't get to make it to my reunion this year, Beau had hip surgery in Tennessee. We're going to try and have a girl's weekend in November.

Piggy and Tazzy said...

So many women in one place. The smell must have been awful.

I went to a school reunion a couple of years back. I have never been so glad to leave an event at the end. It was truly astonishing how many of them were married and divorced (many times), had hundreds of kids and had never worked since they were about 20!

Everyone seems to have good reunions apart from me :(

Leslie said...

Sounds like fun having a chance to visit and catch up. Hope you brought grandkid pictures :)

Anonymous said...

It sounds like so much fun. I've moved a lot, and seem to leave a lot of wonderful friends behind. The good news is that I don't plan to move again.

Cassie-b

Joe said...

Great group pic. Foxie lookin girls!!!!

Mary Lou said...

I guess My school had a 60-69 reunion this summer, but I did not get an invitation, so I missed out. From what I hear though it was not well attended. Maybe because no one got the invite?

I'll show 'em. I'll have one of my own!! bet I have more fun!!! ;)

paula said...

Hey Sis,
I only recognized a couple of them other than you. I wish I could have been there. Were there any of the dudes we went to school with there? The Bakers or Coes?

Love ya,

Brenda said...

Didn't see any of them Paula, not a one. That's Pamela (Nelson) in the pink on the far left. Her sister Sharon was younger so you may remember her. She died in June of a sudden heart attack,,didn't even know she had heart problems.