Least Changed: Burt Lamborn
Most changed: Becky Ware
Gamin Buckbee Summers - can't wait to read the write up about the reunion. Make sure to send us a copy for posting on the blog... Headline will probably be something like "Mistake - After 25 years returning to my home town for a class reunion proved to be the longest weekend of my adult life."
8 - Color that hair. My wife and kids love to pull out the Sharpie Marker and color my natural grey highlights.
7 - If you don't have any hair ask Mr. Jensen or Mr. Anderson to borrow, rent or lease their hair. (I would have it dry cleaned before fitting and wearing)
6 - Look taller, you'll look thinner - try high heals or heal lifts in your shoes. (I think I put heal lifts in the shoes for one or two dances.)
5 - Rent the car of your dreams: I'm NOT pulling up in my 10 year old mini van. (o.K. maybe I will or my bike)
4 - Have one of your kids stand in for you; they look younger and have heard all the stupid high school stories so they can pull it off and act like you too.
3 - Wear the same tux or dress you wore to a prom.
2 - Drop 5 lbs. in a week; water and grapefruit diet.
And the the number one way to look your best for the reunion...
1 - Hand out autograph copies of you in the 2009 Shirtless Mormon Missionary Calendar.