Thursday, September 06, 2007

You don't have to watch Dynasty
To have an attitude

My 20th class reunion was far more fun than I would have imagined.

I got to see a bunch of good friends and some people I had forgotten about. Got to throw a couple rounds of disc golf with Tony, Bells, K-Top and Quagmire.

We even had a party at my mom's house that K-Top, my mom, my sister and I closed down at 4 a.m. We kicked out the jams and threw down like James Brown. I brought in the morning paper off the porch before I went to bed. That is a sure sign of a good party.

You can buzz to Quagmire's blog for some photos.

It may seem strange to some, but I am still (best) friends with the same people I have been friends with since I was 13 years old (Bells, Quagmire, Tony, K-Top, Bells, etc.). We still get together at every opportunity, keep in touch, and visit each other. I am not sure why, because I understand that really doesn't happen very often.

The worm has turned, weather-wise, here in Big Sky country. Snow will fly soon, and I couldn't be more excited.


It's Thursday.

The weekend is almost here.


Blogger sAssY brOwn said...

I'm still best friends with my high school crew too. We have two universities here so most people stayed. Knowing people forever is so comforting. No need for explanations or recounting your history or searching for that common ground.

8:28 AM  
Anonymous k-top said...

holy CRAP!
Papa Duder made it til 3:30am
Let's give him some props too.
Was a blast...(8675 309....)

7:24 AM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

I still have two very good friends from high school.

Sassy said it perfectly: No need for explanations.

Last night was spent having a couple highballs with the neighbors while contemplating the weekend.

12:11 PM  
Anonymous V said...

My friends I hang with on a regular basis have been my best friends since I was 12. Like Sassy said, no need to explain.

6:00 PM  

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