Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Class Reunion

I attended my 35 year high school class reunion a couple of weeks ago. It was held in my home town of Ashton, Idaho. Nineteen of 52 graduates attended. We were the class of '75 at North Fremont High School. It was fun. (I am sitting, 3rd from the left.)(One person departed before picture was taken.) The friend on my right and I were able to do some hiking and biking around town during the day before the dinner. I grew up in an absolutely gorgeous area. Beautiful farming area, surrounded by the North Fork of the Snake River. MOVING ON! to a lighter note! Take a look at this sweet little girl. I was able to get her smiling and talking to me! I get to see her again in 2 weeks! She is coming to my house, yeah! (Oh yea, her mom is coming too. :))
Take Care~~

9 comments:

Allie said...

I've never been to a high school reunion - my mom goes to hers every year! What a precious little bundle that baby is - oh such sweet cheeks!!!

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Nedra said...

Looks like a fun reunion, and a beautiful place.
It was so fun to meet you a few weeks ago!

Thimbleanna said...

We moved a lot when I was growing up, so I barely knew anyone in my huge high school -- therefore, no high school reunions. You're so lucky -- it looks like such a fun thing to do. Idaho -- it IS beautiful there! AND -- your little granddaughter is adorable!

Nancy said...

Hooray for coming home in less than two weeks! Kennedy can't wait for some grandma (and grandpa and uncle) attention. And who is this Josh character?

Kar said...

What a cutie! And what a treat to have a visit from her soon. :)

I agree about Ashton. Very pretty. I think I would be tempted to move back and live in the country.

Judy said...

Oh man how did I miss this post. Let's see I'm thinking it's been more than 2 weeks that have passed...and I'm guessing your visit with that beautiful little one was wonderful.
Jim and I have been to Idaho and even camped there many moons ago with the kids. We both thought it was a beautiful state.

karen c. said...

Diane--You met Nedra? Where? When?

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

That is fun. I don't feel connected at all to kids from my HS but when you have a small class, I think that means it is different.