I had an issue with a girl from grade school (we graduated with folks we had known since kindergarten) and it was due to bullying on her part and her making friends of hers, not be friends with me. Yes, that is what it was or what I remembered. Anyway, she came in with her husband and sat alone with him. My twin sister and I had already talked to everyone, regardless of whether or not we had hung out with them or were in the band with us or in the NHS or in other club. My sister said, let's go say hi to her. I said, sure, let's go. So we chatted like nothing had ever been wrong between us. We all grow and change and no one can know everything about each other's lives, only what we choose to share so I'm sure there were times in her life that she thought back on grade school and high school, but you can't change the past, and you can't control what others do, only how you react to what is done or said. I guess I am babbling now but really wanted to defend the choice to go to the reunion, have a good time if only to eat, drink, and be festive...and then go back to your life. My sister and I want to get together with everyone before the next 10 years and I'm sure we will do that. We'll probably offer to have it in a bigger town that our home town so there will be more opportunities for people to get hotel rooms and meet at a restaurant or something like that. Thanks for letting me post.