Daily Jot: How Did You Turn Out?

Two young men and a woman posing at the front of a car in 1940.
Post-war revelers getting ready to party the night away. šPhoto © Lloyd Lemons

THINKING BACK TO OUR SCHOOL DAYS (and this could include junior high through college), we enjoyed fun times, fretted through stressful days, and survived episodes we’d like to forget. Students earned reputations such as the cool kids, the groupies, the brainiacs, the bruisers, loners, and others.

In school, I didn’t fit in. Anywhere. I was quiet but friendly. I was often accused of not smiling enough…

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I write about getting better at getting older among other things. CuriousElder.substack.com for open-minded, independent thinkers.

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Lloyd Lemons

Lloyd Lemons

I write about getting better at getting older among other things. CuriousElder.substack.com for open-minded, independent thinkers.

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