Los Lunas High School is home of the Tigers. Kristian and Kashmir attended school here. Kristian four years and Kashmir two. The front of the school has been reconstructed with a new entry enclosure. This area was an open-air environment when my sisters were there. Looks like they expanded a little too. Kristian told me she was in several bands (marching, jazz, concert etc.). She played several instruments, including my Uncle Perry's Saxophone (which he played in HS). The band program was very successful; they received numerous awards and took state most of the time. Her band instructor, Mr. Estrada was very good, but very strict. Kristian said when they were out on the field if you had to get drink of water of get a band-aid (which took seconds) he would say, "You're going to miss out on a lot of events." I myself have heard my parents say that phrase. They said at the time, Mr. Estrada was just ridiculous. So they always say that phrase to Kristian and the rest of the family as a joke. I saw Kristian play her instruments when my mom was organizing home movies. She played so many different ones I couldn't keep up. I love to watch marching bands I didn't know how she did it walking in step and playing for the crowd. She was perfect in every way, and they did play some cool Rock and Roll songs. Did I mention I do like Rock and Roll. Kashmir was also in the marching band her freshman year, she played the flute, she didn't like it much so she never continued. When I was at the school several people asked if I was there to rile up the Tigers, because the Tigers and Bulldogs "That's Me!" were playing on Saturday. I said "no," but I can if you want me to. Bulldogs (That's Me!) vs Tigers: Bulldogs would just grab there snout not let go and bring them down to the ground, so the Bulldogs "That's Me!" would always win. Kristian was a "Millennium" graduate from Los Lunas High School, class of 2000. My parents, Kashmir, Grandparents, Great Grandma, Uncle Perry, Aunt Blanca, Great Uncle Tony, Great Aunt Helen, Great Uncle Jr., cousins J.R., Janet, Ben, and Katie were in attendance. Kristian received a full scholarship from Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM. She attended one year and wanted to join the Air Force. My parents did beg her to stay, but she really wanted to enlist right away. I made lots of friends at the school during my stop and I had some wonderful pats and hugs, and even had to pose for their cameras. I like it here (beautiful mountain background), I can come here and visit anytime.