Rabbit Holes & Reunions June 20, 2015Posted by nrhatch in Humor, People.
I’ve never attended a high school reunion ~ not when we lived 12 hours away and not when we lived an hour away. Other than friends I’ve stayed in touch with, I’m not that curious about which rabbit holes fellow classmates fell down.
* “High school isn’t a very important place. When you’re going you think it’s a big deal, but when it’s over nobody really thinks it was great unless they’re beered up.” ~ Stephen King, Carrie
Last year, a classmate sent me a link to a youtube video of a multi-class high school reunion. I watched without pangs of regret for not having attended.
* “The hope was, people like me got to finally find our place in college or in the actual world. People who understood this told you that high school wasn’t the actual world, that it was more like a temporary alternate reality you were forced to believe in for four years. A video game you played, where you could never get to the next level no matter how hard you tried.” ~ Deb Caletti, The Six Rules of Maybe
In contrast, BFF and I have attended Homecoming Reunions at W&M because (1) we love Wmsburg and (2) fall is the best time to visit. Sometimes we even pop into reunion activities to catch up with old school chums.
But not always. Sometimes we’re “otherwise engaged” (i.e., busy drinking Mint Juleps at the King’s Arms Tavern).
Aah . . . that’s better!
And now one last quote for the Three Quote Challenge (thanks, Sylvia!):
* “Problem is, the bathroom pass can’t help you escape life. It’s still there when you come out. Problems and crap don’t go away hiding in the can.” ~ Simone Elkeles, Perfect Chemistry
If you want to play along, consider yourself nominated. Then swing by Another Day in Paradise to see how many rules I failed to follow.