belgique, I'm sure you're right about the six-degrees-of-separation. Nessie and I most likely have it down to two-degrees -- I'm sure we knew some of the same people as our time at the same school coincided over two years. (Hmmm.... maybe we even know each other?)
Well - can't really complain too much about the selection of food on board. We DID have a choice of two of everything. :grin I thought service was a bit primitive, but what can you expect with the crowds on board?
As for Glam thinking I'm young, remember that my photo is no longer in the Gallery. She's probably confusing me with Pucci! :lol But, yes, we'll need to cruise with her to prove that we're all young at heart. I can always palm off the creaks to the ship creaking and not my joints.....
This got totalled up way too fast up above...but I'll add to the thread anyway:
Palisades High School
Pacific Palisades, California
Class of 1971
(The high school is somewhat famous, having been a cover story in Time Magazine on a couple of occasions and being the subject of the best seller "What really happened to the Class of '65" by Michael Medved and David Wallechinsky)...
My brother graduated in '71. I told Cliff that Doug Bishop, who graduated in '69 came back and was my history teacher in 12th grade.
My brother-in-law was a teacher there from '69 until last year. Both my niece and nephew graduated from Suitland, but the University High School side (Suitland is now part magnet school and part regualr school).
Was Mr. Spriggs a chemistry teacher when you were there?