After high school, I graduated from Judson College with a major in Elementary Education and Art. I taught for the Montgomery Public school system for almost 3 years and then for Maxwell Air Force Base school for 32 years. While there, I taught art, Kindergarten, first and second grades and thoroughly enjoyed it. I retired in May 2007 but now I teach online for Judson. I am single again and have no children but do have an awesome god-daughter. I enjoy reading, antique shopping, estate sales, flea markets, cooking, yard work when my fybromyalgia will allow it, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
I think this site is a great idea. Having just had our 40th class reunion, I'm very interested in finding other 1969 graduates. We had so much fun at the reunion. We'll do it again in 5 years so I hope more people will plan to come.
There are so many memories of Lanier - Miss Warr - I was scared to death of her but loved her. Glee Club was great. French class with Mrs. Armstrong - I did go on to take French in college but don't remember much now. The library which I avoided like the plague because of the librarian - can't remember her name now but I trembled around her, the pep rallies, football games, friends made and those with whom I've reconnected. These were the days in which I think we really grew up and didn't realize we were. Life changed slowly under the watchful eyes of our parents and we were readied for adulthood. We could not have had a better education than at Lanier. Seeing the inside of the school again at the reunion was great.