there. They weren't classmates but it sure does show one how prominent this disease is. In a room of 100, at least three of us had it. I would say fourish if you count my cousin who had lymes disease and now has all my symptoms. I even managed through the question of what are you doing now. I hate to answer that because I don't want people to think I'm giving them some sob story. It was refreshing to hear that most people I told already knew what it was. Everyone was so amazing. I swear people get nicer and friendlier as the years go on. I had a great time. The girl who ran the reunion even took pictures at our mixer on Friday night and had them developed and passed them out on Saturday. As if she didn't have much to do that day.