Thomas Jefferson Class of ’81, 30 Years Later

(Slideshow is in HD, click the icon in lower right to make it big, turn it up)

Last weekend I had the wonderful opportunity to attend my High School reunion.  It was great to catch up with so many old friends I really don’t get to see all that often.  Some I hadn’t seen in decades.  A little less hair here and a little wrinkle there but underneath were the same people I knew so many years ago.  Many, much more beautiful now, inside and out, then ever before.  Its a shame it only comes around every 10 years.  But it doesn’t have to.

For those that could not make it, we did miss you.  For those that could have come but did not, you really should have.  It was tremendous fun.  Thanks to Monica, Debbie, Brandt, Lisa, Carl, Troy, and any other committee members that helped to put on a great show.

I always come away from an event with a favorite image.  The photo of Ned and Joe just says it all for me.  Its a great shot.  Sorry ladies!

  • Pam Williams Laird - October 3, 2011 - 5:40 PM

    Great job. Loved the TJ slide show. Wish I could have come Saturday night. But will make it up with a combined reunion for class of 80/81 and yes before our 40th.

  • Cathy Mesec McKeighan - October 3, 2011 - 6:31 PM

    Thanks Dan for the great photos. Wish I could have been there to see everyone. I think about everyone a lot and wonder how everyone is doing. Thanks for sharing your photos to all of us that can’t be there-it means a lot!!

  • Trish Coleman Morrison - October 3, 2011 - 10:41 PM

    Thank you, Danny! What a treasure! It warms my heart to see all those beautiful smiling faces! I agree with Cathy, those of us who couldn’t be there really appreciate you taking the time to put this together for us to see. Kudos to the committee ~ here is hoping for a 35th

  • Cara Corson - October 6, 2011 - 9:06 PM

    Oh, it is so fun to see you all laughing and smiling…..I can feel the good vibrations!! Danny, your talent is tops….Thank you for this amazing amazing piece!!!!!!!!

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