20 years have passed and it is hard to believe, I don’t feel old, and in my opinion don’t look old. But here we are looking to reunite with our fellow Bulldogs, 20 years later.
I see High School as a time that I tried different pieces of a puzzle to find my niche. I was the quiet shy girl, who kept to myself most times and many of my friends were back then referred to as the Wavers and Skaters now they would be either Punk or Goth. I never fit the quintessential, nerd, basket case, jock or miss popular, when I look back I was, just me.
In 1992, I had enough of the small town of Provo and never felt I fit in, especially being the non Mormon girl, so off I moved to Salt Lake City, where the Rock Scene was much bigger than Provo could handle, you could say the local Rock and Roll Scene in SLC was our Sunset Strip. The guys were prettier than the girls, and there was always a local head bangin’ band playing at Coronas Rockn’ R or Rafters. Loving the Rock in Roll night life and Preschool teacher by day, I met my first husband at
However amongst all the Tragedy of 2003, I was reunited with my high school boyfriend, who I had always loved, Chad Thornburgh, my little skate rat. Who would have thought the ROCKER Chic with the SKATE Punk? Seeing
In February 2006 our beautiful baby girl Jetta Angie was born, she is our sassy red head, who speaks her mind. Who does she get that from, well a little a bit from both of us! I am no longer the quite, shy, girl who never smiles. I am confident, independent, and so happy to have been blessed with such a wonderful husband and two beautiful girls, and of course two crazy dogs. Together