Monday, August 19, 2013

MHS 2003 Reunion

This weekend we went to Senatobia for Ryan's 10 year high school reunion. We had a blast. I think its the most fun we've had in Senatobia since our wedding! We caught up with friends and it was so neat to met spouses and children. There were 40 people in their class and more than half were there - that has to be above average for reunions!

Friday night we all met at the Como Steakhouse - and we realized at the end of the night that no one took pictures. I think that means we were all having too much fun visiting!

We rented the Como Courtyard that night with Daniel and Rhetta - it was so nice and made us feel like we were on vacation!

We got a late start Saturday morning, but even though it was 10 a.m. before we went for a run it was still cool outside - definitely the kind of weekend that makes you ready for fall!

There was a lunch at Magnolia Heights and a tour afterwards. The food was excellent - BBQ, slaw, baked beans, potato casserole and banana pudding!

Ryan with Mrs. McKellar (aka Seno) - she taught him Spanish and it one of his all-time favorite people.

Ryan and Olivia - they each filled out cards in the 7th and 8th grade with what that wanted to be when they grew up, favorite food, subject, etc. Ryan put "a person" in 7th grade - what a smarty pants. Olivia put her favorite food was chicken and pepper. She's not really sure what that means!

Mrs. Still showing us her classroom - Mollie (in the middle) did a WONDERFUL job of organizing the weekend! It was my first time to really see the "inside" of Magnolia and I was really impressed. Mrs. Still's classroom was so cute - I wish I'd taken a picture of her bulletin board made out of old window frames and surrounded with Christmas lights.

Saturday night there was a joint party with the Senatobia Class of 2003 at Back Acres. It was really fun and once again I hardly took any pictures!


Whitney talked Carmen into trying on one of their old uniforms - we were all very impressed! It was so fun and I'm so glad we went. And hopefully the next 10 years won't go by as fast as the last 10 have gone by!

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