Wednesday, July 16, 2008

10 Years Since High School

Well everyone, it is official. It has been 10 years since I have walked the halls at Sugar-Salem High School in Sugar City, Idaho. Sugar City you say? Yes, we were the Sugar-Salem Diggers. Here is a picture of our high school.
My house is literally right across the street. I want to just take a second and take a trip down memory lane during my senior year in high school. I don't have a scanner, so I just took a picture of some of my pictures, and there ya go. So here are a couple of pics from my senior year.

This is the car that I drove all through high school. My friends used to call it the Beanmobile.

These are three of my good girlfriends during high school. The guy in the picture with me is my Brother-In-Laws little brother. His name was Jed. I had a blast.

This is the guy that I snagged my senior year. His name is James Schlegelmilch. He had been trying to get my attention for a couple of years, and he finally succeeded. He played catcher on our high schools baseball team, and he was very good. His parents did not like us going out though, because I was a senior, and he was a sophomore. I know, I know. He broke my heart though. Sigh!

This is the guy I should have gone after. I really liked him in high school. He was dating my friend at the time, and I started liking him. They broke up, and I was hoping we would start going out. I remember this dance. I think he was going to ask me to go steady with him, but my friends started making fun of me, and I got embarrassed. I am not sure what went down after that, but we didn't go out. We kind of lost touch. He made me laugh so much. He is just a genuine, genuine guy. He is currently at the Playmill in Yellowstone, so go check him out.

This picture was at my Baccalaureate service. This was the gang. We just had so much fun hanging out with each other. From L to R: Jessica Bagley Rushforth, Jed Quirl, Natalee Smith Francom, JaNae Timothy Hancock, Brittany Bean Owens, Heather Cherrington Romrell.

This is a picture of me at graduation. Don't I look so good? I wish I could look like that again. I guess I really should start kicking my butt with exercise. Anyways, my Mom bought me a wrist corsage and I loved it! I had a great graduation.

Well that just touches the surface of the fun I had. I have posted a couple of songs on my blog if you noticed of songs that were popular back during that year. The KC & JoJo song "All My Life" was dedicated to me by my boyfriend James (see above) during prom. Hope this was fun for you.


Jessica said...

OH the memories are sweet aren't they. I stilled roamed the halss after graduation though. I had five siblings follow my graduation. The year 2007-2008 was the first year that the Sugar-Salem School District did not have one single Bagley in since the school year of 83-84. But my brother Aaron is building a house by my grandparents in Salem. Next year, there will be another Bagley!! Isn't that great!!

Owens Family said...

Brittany you look pretty much the same as high school. Those pictures are awesome.

Allison said...

Those are really cute pics of you in high school! It looks like you had a lot of fun.

Seidhkona said...

I hope you held on to the Beanmobile. Looks like the kind of car that would keep running eternally, held together by dirt and grime. I love old high school cars...

JaNae said...

The only problem I have with your pics are that I'm in them :P! It's amazing that 10 years have passed. Crazy!

Bettie said...

I know this is random - but I just wanted to say "Hi" and that it is fun to see where you've come since high school. By the way, I saw your books and I love "The Alchemist" - what a fun adventure story.
Bettie (Thompson) Petersen

Jamie . Amanda . Kyla . Dalton Meikle said...

Thanks for looking me up. I love your blog. This was awesome to see your dance pictures. It took me a min. to figure out who Brittany
Owens was, but I got it. Way cute family. Hope to see you at the 20 year. Amanda Edwards Meikle

Kristi said...

That is awesome. I remember that car! I think my brother ran into it one time trying to take the corner around our house to Heritage park. He was on a bike was the funny part. Your Silence of the Lambs comment was hilarious.