N8 i think u might need to patent that idea and sell it to RIM.
Release date N8?
TechieGirl, I can relate to everything you're saying. That's the reason why I didn't go to my 20 year high school reunion! It would have been nice to see certain people but only a few. I wasn't popular either and the reunion was during the time of my divorce just didn't want to have to go there. It's your choice but you'll only have one 20 year reunion and if fear is your reason not to go, don't ever allow fear to control your life decisions. Take care and be happy and content with whatever decision you do make!
Thanks msbrenda. My divorce happened between reunion years heheheheee. I know by almost 38 I shouldn't care what anyone thinks. Some habits are hard to break. But I agree with the fear shouldn't rule your life, I still have a month to decide. heheheheheee
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Just so I'm not considered a "thread terrorist" (LOL) for not replying after reading this, my vote is Go! I'm sure many people there will be in the same position as you.
I am awaiting my first (10 year) reunion next year (2007-I graduated in 1997). I only keep up with one friend I graduated with but for some reason every one liked me while I was in school. I was never voted class favorite, most likely to succeed or anything, but I had a lot of friends and went to alot of the football games and school dances.
Also, take the suggestions and get a makeover if that would help you feel better about it. And for the weight factor, I doubt anyone would care now. No one in my class really even cared about the fact that I was in a wheelchair (I was the only one in my senior class). Just go and have fun and tell us all about it when you get back LOL
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TechieGirl, I say go for it. Just be yourself and see who's there. I missed my 10th and 20th because I hadn't kept up with the class and didn't find out about them until too late. Due to funky circumstances, my daughter was in the same school after we finally moved back, I found out about my 30th. Had a blast. I too, was not popular with most of the class mates, but after 30 years, I had gained the confidence to feel, act and actually be their equal. Met old friends and made new ones. Now I really miss having missed the first two. Again I say Go, you may regret it later if you don't.
Hope this helps
You guys have made alot of good points. I am slightly leaning more towards go, but definitely be yourself, and dont worry about what other people think. From knowing you on here I know you are a beautiful person, and that is all that matters, the opinion of a fellow stacker!
We could combine what you do, and what I do and start a business! Remember the movie "Wedding Crashers", Jim and I will be the "Reunion Crashers". We will go with you to the reunion Techie, lol.