yep, i signed up at gradfinder.com a couple of years ago.
they actually had our 10 year reunion that same year (2001), but i had just given birth to my daughter and didn't go because i was exhausted and breastfeeding round-the-clock.
i look at their profiles and most went on to do the "right" things after highschool: college or university, 'good' jobs in different industries; hell, some of them have their masters and doctorates now!
so when i look at how i spent my 10 years since leaving highschool (dropped out of art school, worked **** jobs, got pregnant and married, decided to stay at home with my kids at least until they are school aged) it does make me feel sort of inadequate.
but then i remember that my worth as a human, and my overall happiness with my life, isn't measured by my financial accomplishments (because really, that's what all that schooling and all those 'good' jobs amount to); rather it is measured by other things that are, in essence, immeasurable.
what i'd really like to do is throw out the yardstick that human beings use to measure themselves against one another, entirely.