Hello Friends! Welcome 2017. This is my first post of the year. If you landed on this page you are probably looking for something that is related to high school or reunion.  Keeping our high school friends and value them are undisputed facts that we wouldn’t change for anything.  I am lucky enough because I have 2 batches of high school classmates which I get along both.  The freshman and sophomore years were in Sultan Kudarat and the junior and senior years in Zamboanga del Sur. It’s been so long and still dedicated to this group of friends.


It touches my heart when everyone is really exerting effort to gather even with a small talk and just have fun. It is always refreshing to see them once in a while. After that brief get-together with some high school classmates and batch, I realized the following
1. Meeting with high school friends are renewed camaraderie with laughter that could result from attending the next scheduled batch reunion.
2. Your high school friends remember everything about you. OMG. Your high school friends could still remember who’s who in the class. From the most generous, to the drunkard classmates. They even know every embarrassing moment that has ever happened to you and of course, we don’t want to be reminded of it. Sometimes there are bickering and fighting but at the end of the day, you still love them (hehee!).
3. They’re still friends with you. Our high school friends are our first love. That is why we still find time to search them or atleast communicate with them on our social media site especially on facebook. We even have a private group where we posted stuff and funny convo.

For some even when they go to college they‘re still go together. If you take care of it, you will have a solid network of friends who will be there for you. No matter what.

“Don’t abandon old friends, because newer ones are not their equals. New friends are like new wine; when wine ages, you will drink it with good cheer.” – Sirach 9:10


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