Hey, that was my class, too!!! The Whatevers of the world, unite!!!
Bravo! We had a saying in the 1970s: What were you if not in the news? Lucky!
I graduated with pretty anonymous, mediocre class, too. One of my peers played for the Boston Red Sox but since he was a jerk in school, I try to forget his name.And I love Susan's saying. If the choice is getting famous for something bad, and staying under the radar, I'll be happy to stay under the radar forever.
But....surely YOU're going to be famous, yes? Nobody writes like you do.
ha! i hate even thinking about my graduating class. one half egotistic jerks, the other half a bunch of mediocre jackasses. or maybe i just hated highschool and everyone affiliated with it. lolstacy lynn marhttp://warningthestars.blogspot.com/
Maybe that is all we can hope for...? At least you won't be disappointed.
This resonates. The other day this big guy came lumbering across the yard and grabbed me up in a bear hug, like I was supposed to know him. He says, "You don't remember me, do you?" Of course I didn't! I never grew up with anyone who made it big, never grew up with many I'd want to revisit, few I'd want to hug! "The class of whatever." That's it.
one of my classmates helped co-found Google (he's older than the 2 main guys.) another couple become CEOs of hedge funds, though one died of a massive coronary this year.me, I'm in the whatever clan. ~
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