Friday, August 6, 2021

Class Reunion Anyone? ~ Jean C. Gordon

By the time you're reading this, I'll be either on my way across New YorkState to or at my class reunion--a big one. I'll be seeing people I haven't seen in years. Many years. My two closest high school friends aren't going. But a couple of my junior high school friends I've renewed contact with on Facebook will be, and our class was small compared to many schools. We graduated about about 120 students, we we sort of knew everyone. Still I'm a little nervous. Will I recognize people? Will they recognize me?

What do you think? Have you ever gone to a class reunion?

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Looking to make a new start after the racing accident that ended his lucrative motocross career and sent him spiraling into darkness, the former champion had envisioned an entirely different scenario if he ever saw Lauren again. That vision was more along the lines of the successful businessman he’d be once he rehabbed the seaside mansion he’s inherited from his uncle and sold it to open a custom bike shop.

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Sonja Cooper is thrilled that her daughter Lauren is marrying Jesse Brewster and giving her a ready-made granddaughter in the irrepressible 3-year old Shelley. The fact that Jesse is also Sonja’s business partner in the launching of the Morrison Mansion B&B is just a bonus.

Custom bike shop owner Jeff Brewster is also delighted that his son Jesse is marrying Lauren and building a new family. The one awkward aspect is the unexpected attraction he feels towards Sonja. For although Sonja feels the same spark, having been burned in her divorce from Lauren’s father, she’s determined never to be dependent on a man again.

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                        1. Hi Jean,
                          I went to my 10th class reunion. I was surprised that they didn't have a 25th. Maybe they did and I missed it. We have moved a lot, so they might have trouble tracking me down. Missed the 40th because we had other plans. I went to the 45th and the 50th. I was fun to see former classmates.

                        2. I had a small class, too. I LOVE our class reunions. Sometimes friends from a year or 2 above or below join us, as we all knew each other. The older we get, the more often we have them. And Facebook keeps us in touch between. Happy past, and it keeps going!