Apparently my cabinet of fellow officers were not all that impressed with my leadership skills as Class President. Not a one of them mentioned my high office in their XOXO comments...
~Vice President Luisa wrote...To a very sweet and cute girl which I have enjoyed being in the same room with. Lots of Luck Always.
I don't know what I wrote in Luisa's book, but I hope I returned the 'sweet girl' and added how much I admired her brain....she was smart and without her...Roberts Rules would have gone right out the window.
~Secretary Treasure Nancy wrote...Dear Sue, I would like to tell you what a sweet girl you have been. We have had loads of fun this year. Remember all those mean things we've done.
Did you notice that Nancy said she would like to tell me what a sweet girl I was, but in the next sentence reminded me about all the mean things I'd done? At least she said we had fun!
Yearbook signing was a big deal in our small school where everyone from 1st Grade to 12th Grade was included in the Yearbook.
Signing another's yearbook could take an hour or a couple of minutes, depending on how many times your picture was in the book and how much space was reserved for you as a VIP friend.
Since I shared a book with my two siblings, space for XOXO's was limited to To a real sweet girl...Stay cute as you are...Best of Luck Always and right under that good wish my brother's XOXO message...NO LUCK, Tommy. With that in mind, I chose this overly autographed basketball team photo to show why you should...
Be careful of the words you say.
Try and keep them clean and sweet.
For you never know from day to day
Which ones you will have to eat!
Oh, I guess you would like to know why Deanna has a Big Red X on her face?
We swapped words that were not clean and sweet.
We met in Sunbeam Grocery's alley that day.
I was tall and skinny. She was not.
Basically, it was a draw, but I have to say
A mouthful of dirt was not fun to eat!
To a real sweet girl who I think a lot of. Love ya, Deanna
(I think she must have forgot)