Okay, this has nothing to do with parenting or the Navy, just random musings on a Friday when J has duty. So, I am facing down my 10 year high school reunion. I have been hemming and hawing over going since I found out about it. There are just a few people that I want to see, which is fine, but there's another problem. So, I was a nerd and I was in JROTC. I thought it was so important. Now that I am in the real Navy, I am painfully aware of how nerdy this was. So here's the issue, I have ABSOLUTELY no desire to go back and talk to people about how cool JROTC was, cause it wasn't, not at all, we were nerds.
Here's another thing. An ex-boyfriend found me on facebook and started emailing me. I really have no desire to think about him again. So I have been ignoring him, which I feel kind of bad about, but not really. I don't have anything to say, it was over 10 years ago. I am married, I have a kid, and I live a completely different life. There is no longer anything for us to even remotely connect on.
I like facebook, I really do. I love finding old friends that I never would have otherwise. I like being able to keep up with people that we have to move away from. However, there are some people that I wanted to leave in my past. I don't want to relieve those memories, I don't want to think about who I was back then. I feel like I have grown so much as person that I can't really relate who I was back then. Ah well, technology isn't perfect.