Welcome back classmates.

You may notice some people listed didn't make that walk through the "cow pasture" with us that beautiful day back in June 1999.... but whatever, they were our classmates at some point and I've listed them anyway. If I've forgotten someone, please let me know so they can be tracked down and added :) Thanks.

I also wanted to stress the fact that this blog is a work in progress. I'm gradually getting pics and links and random info so I will update it as I can.....I need the help of others to share these things...but its getting there. At some point I'm hoping to get pics and stories of us as little kids online, which is why there are some random schools listed on various pages. If you have pictures or stories or whatever to share let me know, you can post it yourself or email the stuff to me. fallmtn99@gmail.com

Monday, September 7, 2009

Nina St. Sauveur

Since high school I haven't moved far...Claremont, Gilford VT, Charlestown and now in North Walpole.....until next summer when we move to Brownington VT. I spent most of 99-03 going to lots of concerts and trying to visit every inch of road in the US.....I'm not done yet..... I had a million different crap jobs until 2001....I spent 4 1/2 years at C&S as a selector in Brattelboro, VT. I "re-met" Jeremy Precourt while at C&S fell in love and what not and a while later we decided to get married and have babies and all that. So I quit C&S and worked for Rymes heating in Keene until we had Ashtyn (our oldest daughter) in April 2006. I stayed home with her until she was 10 months old and then took a job at a local daycare center where I brought Ashtyn to work with me as well as went to school to become an LNA (which I didn't really end up doing anything with, same as my EMT license....which sucks). I left the daycare the following June and now run my own daycare at my house. Last September we had our second and youngest daughter Taylor. Since having her I've been participating in and hosting a lot of fundraisers for Shriners Hospitals for Children as well as a lot of other children's/family charities.




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