Like most of my fellow classmates, high school is a vague memory for some reason. I do remember having too much fun and causing too much trouble for such a youngster. I also recall our high school had some very beautiful girls, which was the only motivation to attend class on the rare occassions that I did. After barely graduating from Nicolet I went to the University of Florida for three years and accomplished very little(except for a killer suntan and spring breaks were epic). I was presuaded by my dad(free ride) to return to Wisconsin so I could concentrate on my academics. So I transfered to and graduated from UWGB in 1994. I worked in human resorces for 10 years and got burned out on the organizational politics. Since then I have been a social worker in Green Bay working with kids that have it a lot worse than I ever did(or thought I did at the time).
I married my second wife(big surprise the first one did not work out)4 years ago and god blessed us with our daughter 3 years ago. Everything changes when you have children and it has finally put life in perspective for me.
Anyways most of you look good and have done well with your lives. It is cool to see everyones families and how much we have changed with the times. I never thought I would take part in this, but now that I did I am glad.
Having to continually explain(lie) to my dad about where all his beer went and why the cops were always being called to our house.
Mr. Kesler(law) and Mr. Lemon(pysc) were awesome teachers. I actually enjoyed attending their classes. I would not have gotten into the college of my choice without their recomendations.