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REUNION HUMOR etc

Reunion Humor and Other Myths.

Because Life is Funny.

"Rekindled friendships often burn more brightly"

Ah, being young is beautiful, but being old is comfortable.

(Please send any humor or insights,etc to admin at "contact us"!)

Eventually you will reach a point when you stop lying about your age and start bragging about it.

" Truly great friends are hard to find,

One of the many things no one tells you about aging is that it is such a nice change from being young.

The following is from Bill Grabowski! Thanks Bill!

A group of 40 year old buddies discuss where they should meet for their reunion dinner. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Gausthof zum Lowen restaurant because the waitresses there wear low cut blouses.

10 years later, at 50 years of age, the group again pools their thoughts and discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Gausthof zum Lowen because the food there is very good and the wine selection is good also.

10 years later at 60 years of age, the group again decides to discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Gausthof zum Lowen because they can eat there in peace and quiet and the restaurant is smoke free.

10 years later, at 70 years of age, the group again discusses where they should meet for reunion dinner. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Gausthof zum Lowen because the restaurant is wheel chair accessible and they even have an elevator.

10 years later, at 80 years of age, the group again discusses where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Gausthof zum Lowen because that would be a great idea because they have never been there before.

"Blessed is he who expects nothing,for he shall never be disappointed"

Always remember to forget the troubles that pass your way;

BUT NEVER forget the blessings that come each day.

38 Reasons to Attend your 35th Reunion!

1. Because You Still Can!

Life is short.

Each day and milestone should be celebrated!

2. Because you're never too cool for your high school friends.

(and you'll be missed if you do not show up!)

3.Your family is tired of hearing your stories and

4. Ummm…who else is gonna fill in the blanks to your slipping memory? Thank goodness for name tags!

22. See if that old crush is still what you thought they were,

or as you thought you remembered!

The more some things change, the more some things stay the same.

and the fun is in trying to figure out the difference between the two!

23. Because you're curious and you HAVE to know what everyone has been doing for the last 35 years.

27. Because you want to go where everyone knows your name.

you'll most likely find something to laugh about now

after all these years!!

32. Because you know you really want to!

33.You don't have to lie about your age.

(well you can try, but some will catch on.

E ven if we did officially turn into our parents!)

34. Did we mention there would be lots of fuN??

35. It gives you a chance to humor those who have tried to plan these things. deluded die-hards that have hope that somewhere, some how it is going to make a difference.

38. And finally, studies have shown that those who were initially hesitant about attending their reunions,

discover it was The Event that they wouldn't have missed!

LIFE Happens.

Please help us make it a Night to Remember.

"Always do what you are afraid to do."

Most certainly many former students, no matter what high school they attended, ask the age old question,

"Why should I attend my class reunion?" It is a valid question, and I am sure if you expend a large allotment of time and mental effort, one could find a myriad of reasons not to make an appearance.

Some of us will choose not to attend because we are concerned about appearances of all types..

"Man, I can't attend because I've changed so much. " or "I've changed, but no one else has. "

"Gee, what if people discover that I'm not where I want them to think I am. "

"I'm so past that high school thing. I've moved on and so should they. "

We are not entirely the "same" people that took those final steps from those memorable halls of Mary D over 35 years ago. Back then we were all fresh faces, some with dreams in hand and spirit, eager to stamp our own unique signature into this temporal world. Some of those dreams came to fruition. For others, dreams changed and evolved into a different and marvelous reality unfathomable as mere kids.

Whatever we have become, for the most part we are far better people than when we left the launching pad back in 1975. We are more articulate, expressive and more self assured of ourselves. We have the ability to fight through the insecurities of youth and peer pressure that limited the full potential that resided; chained deep within our psyches. For once we can reveal our true selves and in return uncover the 'undiscovered country' in our friend's lives. We are more complete people.

It is a time of

rediscovering why we were all friends and companions at one time. The fact that we have shared a common experience during a moment in time that was extremely blessed by God and directed by loved ones, is the social glue that beckons at the core of our souls to come home, one more time.

It is our hope and prayer that you join us and have a blast at your reunion. Understand that time is a precious and limited commodity. Invest it wisely and reap the wealth in a payout of smiles, laughs and love. Please join us. and help us celebrate Life and the fact that we still are able to celebrate!

The older we get,the fewer things seems worth waiting in line for. (There will be no lines at the reunion,except maybe at the bar!)

Your kids are becoming you. and you don’t like them! But your grandchildren are perfect!

Eventually you will reach a point when you stop lying about your age and start bragging about it!

When people say you look “Great”. they add “for your age”!

You forget names. but it’s OK because other people forget they even know you!

You ask your husband or friend how your outfit looks and they tell you the truth!

The last two outfits you wore had spots on them.

When you needed the discount you paid full price. Now you get discounts on everything. movies, hotels, flights, etc.

The five pounds you wanted to lose is now 15 and you have a better chance of losing your keys than the 15 pounds.

Did you ever notice: The Roman Numerals for forty (40) are XL.

You know when you are getting old when everything either dries up or leaks!

Before going anywhere you make sure to bring your eye glasses!

"It's funny how friends can come in and out of your life so quickly, yet leave footprints and memories in your heart forever."

Reunion Angst.

(Credit to John 'Johnnyreb' White LHS Class of 1973)

I am sure many former students, no matter what high school they attended, ask the age old question, "Why should I attend my class reunion?" It is a valid question, and I am sure if you expend a large allotment of time and mental effort, one could find a myriad of reasons not to make an appearance. Some of us will not attend because we are mentally limited by the way our lives have turned out, or the way we may appear. "Man, I can't attend looking like this. I look as broad as a barn, with the doors both wide open." "Gee, what if people discover that I shovel elephant dung at the circus." " Will my friends be intimidated that I am lavishly and sinfully wealthy?" Of course you could be the fat man at the circus, where you shovel pachyderm feces on the side, but you have made several million bucks on the sides as a commodities trader. Wouldn't that be a story to tell your old friends?

We are not the same people that took those final steps from those memorable halls of Mary D over 34 years ago. Back then we were all fresh faces, with dreams in hand and spirit, eager to stamp our own unique signature into this temporal world. Some of those dreams came to fruition. For others those dreams changed and evolved into a different and marvelous reality unfathomable as mere kids. Whatever we have become, for the most part we are far better people than when we left the launching pad back in 1975. We are more articulate, expressive and more self assured of ourselves. We have the ability to fight through the insecurities of youth and peer pressure that limited the full potential that resided; chained deep within our psyches. For once we can reveal our true selves and in return uncover the 'undiscovered country' in our friend's lives. We are more complete people. It is a time of rediscovering why we were all friends and companions at one time. The fact that we have shared a common experience during a moment in time that was extremely bless by God and directed by loving parents, is the social glue that beckons at the core of our souls to come home, one more time. It is my hopes and prayers that you will have a blast at your reunion. Understand that time is a precious and limited commodity. Invest into it wisely and reap the wealthy payout in smiles, laughs and love.

Live Fully, Breathe Deeply and Love Completely!

“ Our Friends Are A Very Important Part Of Our Lives. Treasure The Tears, Treasure The Laughter, But Most Importantly, Treasure The Memories."

Have you ever been guilty of looking at others your own age and thinking, 'Surely I can't look that old?' Well, you'll love this one.

While sitting in the waiting room for my first appointment with a new dentist. I noticed his DDS diploma, which bore his full name.

Suddenly, I remembered a tall, handsome, dark-haired boy with the same name had been in my high school class almost 30 years ago. Could he be the same guy that I had a secret crush on, way back then?

Upon seeing him, however, I quickly discarded any such thought. This balding, gray-haired man with the deeply lined face was way too old to have been my classmate.

After he examined my teeth, I asked him if he had attended St. Peter's High School.

"Yes. Yes, I did. I'm a Spartan," he gleamed with pride.

"When did you graduate?" I asked.

He answered, "In 1979. Why do you ask?"

"You were in my class!" I exclaimed.

He looked at me closely. Then, that ugly, old, bald, wrinkled, fat, gray-haired, decrepit son-of-a-gun asked, "What did you teach?"

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