My best friend from high school really wants me to be there.
Bought nonrefundable plane tickets, so now it's a done deal.
The more I think about it, the madder I get for relenting.
I transferred into the private college prep school as a sophomore and didn't know anyone whereas the rest of the school was made up of boys who had gone to grade schools together. Between not knowing anyone and the tremendous amounts of homework we had, I never hung out with anyone other than lunch in the cafeteria with Page and Jim, who would become the class valedictorian.. It was an odd pairing since I was a mediocre student.
I literally went to Jim's house only once, and to the other's homes not at all. In fact, in three years, I barely spoke to anyone more than a couple minutes at any given time, if even that much. I don't blame them. It was just the way it was.
So basically, I'll be travelling several hundred miles to spend a couple evenings and a graduation ceremony with strangers. I've never attended any of the previous reunions and didn't miss not going a bit.
I couldda taken that money - several hundred dollars mind you - and gone into a restaurant with friends for an evening. To be in a room for four gawd foresaken hours with 40 other people who know of me in passing but are unlikely to talk to me other than pleasantries with no way to leave early since my friend Page is providing the rental car..
Let's make 5G safe by installing zirconium ceramic bricks to the cell masts. It will save the providers billions of dollars quickly by reducing interference.
Can you ask yourself "Why do I love discovering how my protons can experience Loving Kindness?"