For today’s breakfast…

I shall be feasting on a large slice of humble pie with a side of crow.  Hey, I’ve never had a problem admitting when I’m wrong.  I was wrong.  Not only was I wrong, I am so comfortably wrapped in an unexpected warm blanket of thankfulness and gratitude.  Last night I attended my 40th high school reunion.  Yes, the one I was dreading.  It was a fabulous evening.

Now I will give myself some props in that I decided to completely open my mind; I went with the intent to enjoy myself.    And I had a great time.  It was so wonderful to see so many of my former classmates.  And though I said it many times, we all look darn good.  But the pinnacle of my evening was the fact that many took the time to whisper in my ear that they were so glad I was there.  Many told me they enjoy reading my posts.  I was flabbergasted and remain so.  I’m truly humbled.

Plus I’m still marveling over the large number of their children, nieces and nephews that I taught over the years.  When things calm down I plan to sit down and make a list.  It will be interesting.

Not much more to say at the moment.  It’s not often that the written word fails me.  The words will come.  For now I will embrace the feelings.  Much love and appreciation to you all.

About thequarryschild

A self-described forensic junkie, Beth Anderson spends her days shaping young minds to ask critical questions and wonder “whodunit.” Beth resides in the Capital District of New York and spends her free time reading and solving the great mysteries. Her love of swimming, tennis and sports provides the basis for one of the lead characters in her new book The Quarry’s Child. Beth is one of the founding members of the Upper Hudson Valley Chapter of Sisters in Crime (aka Mavens of Mayhem), a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy, a survivor of a visit to an active aircraft carrier while it was at sea, and a published poet in Soundings, a literary journal. Beth continues to instill a love for mystery fiction in her students as she has for over twenty years. Photo credit: Quinn Mulvey
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1 Response to For today’s breakfast…

  1. Jill Aul says:

    I am SO happy that you decided to attend, and that you had a wonderful time at your 40th reunion! Absolutely awesome!

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