Family. I left the reunion feeling of love and gratitude for my extended family. Grateful for such goodness - for a family that exemplifies faith, love, inclusion, and laughter.
High School Reunion. I enjoyed high school but had not been to a reunion since ... timing just didn't seem to work. We were going to be in Cache Valley for the other reunion so sounded like a good plan. Several friends that I was hoping would be there weren't going to make it so we arrived not knowing who or what to expect. Also, thirty years ago in high school I had not been diagnosed with RP yet. I was returning blind with a guide dog. What would that be like? I found myself being a little nervous as we quickly changed into a little nicer clothes after the family reunion. (which, we really didn't need to - we would have been fine in our casual clothes). So there we were: Steve - good sport most likely wouldn't know anyone and me not being able to recognize faces! As I mentioned none of the couples that we had stayed in touch with were going to be at the reunion and Steve graduated from a different high school. We entered and Karen - organizer of it all was amazing and welcoming and helped us connect. It was nice and brought back lots of fun memories of high school and dear people that I hadn't seen for so long.
|The big question however, is Can you find Cricket's tail :)?|