My high school 50 years ago.
Next year will be my 50th high school class reunion. I attended other class reunions and had a good time, but this one is different. This is the big one. This one spans a lifetime.
Yesterday I looked through my yearbook. Under each picture was the name and the person’s ambition. I wondered how many people did what they planned. How would they tell their story of the past 50 years?
Not everyone will attend a class reunion for various reasons. Shyness, distance, health, are but a few of the reasons for not wanting to attend. That is understandable, but do you ever wonder whatever happened to the people you graduated with? Did they fulfill their ambition? Are they happy or content?
Going to a reunion does not mean you would have the time or opportunity to talk with everyone and hear their story. Not everyone would be willing to answer your questions on the spot.
What if you could fill out a questionnaire and submit it to be part of a book to be published called “Class of 1965 – 50 years later.”
What would it contain?
Name in yearbook: This is the only non changeable entry.
Your story: Fill in the blanks below or freelance.
Links to pictures and videos are welcome.
Places you have lived:
Jobs you have had:
Positions you have held:
Awards you have won:
What makes you happy:
This is your story – tell it the way you want.
I would compile all of the answer sheets into a book, format and publish it in a Kindle format. Using electronic format means we could include links to websites with pictures and videos.
What do you think? Is this a clever idea or what?
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