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1.) I attended South Broward high in South Florida for the Fall semester and then we moved to Orlando. There, I had to make all new friends, reacquaint myself with a school and trends, etc. Everyone was big into surfing (odd, being 45 mins from the ocean whereas in S. Fla, I was about 5 and no one liked surfing). I found myself gravitating towards the skateboard culture and new music, using those as ways to integrate into cliques. I was still great at school but my ability to do math was waning and I struggled there.
3.) I did not own my car but once I got my license, I was able to drive my parents’ brown Mazda 929 pretty much whenever I wanted. I think we had three cars at the time (my parents actually had money then!) and if I wanted to go out, I could. It wasn’t the coolest car but it was a means of getting out.
4.) Oh lordy, I was a wreck when it came to clothes. I mean, I always dressed how I wanted and in the clothes that I was drawn to, regardless of conventions. I preferred long shorts and band t-shirts. I went through a hat phase. I preferred comfort over style and I was never girly. I am sure people thought I was a tomboy gone wrong or secretly thought I was a lesbian but I really didn’t care. The clothes did not define me.
5.) I graduated in 1997 and no, I ave not been to any reunions. I talk to one of my old friend on google chat and we both agree: there’s nothing for us there. I have no interest in seeing most of those people and the ones I did want to reconnect with, I already friended on Facebook.