This is what happens when I get bored. I post dorky pictures.
This first one is from when I was a Freshman. I was Band Queen that year. Yeah. Band geeks had queens. Obviously I was ecstatic about it given the squinty eyed, delirious smile on my face in this picture.
Ahh . . . Freshman graduation. Notice the bangs - that row curled back goes perfectly in front of my cap. I remember curling my hair with the cap on then securing it in place and wearing it to the school so that it would not get messed up. Bangs were very important back then.
This is my best friend back then, DeLisa. We were inseparable back then. I sure do miss her. We live a whole 4 miles apart yet we never seem to find time to see each other. I will definitely have to call her after seeing all these dorky pictures! Sadly, both pair of underwear were mine - you know you're good friends when you can put her panties on your head. We were at an FHA convention. I think we were in 10th grade.
Me and De again. Our friend, Stacie, had a slumber party in her parent's camper the summer before 10th grade. We thought we were mega cool. Look at my shirt. "Raisins in the sun"? I couldn't even get a real California Raisins shirt, I had a generic raisins shirt. Even back then I was cheap.
I was in 11th grade here. I was drum majorette which meant that during marching season I lead the band on the field and in parades. During concert season I didn't do much, except at this particular graduation Mr. Medders didn't feel like directing and I got to. And look, we were in Bear Country! Roaaaaaarrrrrrrr.
Not only was a Band geek, but I was also a Speech/Drama geek. Or dork, however you want to look at it. This one is specially for Kevin who I have only recently been emailing back and forth after all these years. Kevin's the one coming in from the side to snatch away my precious "Green Teddy" or GT as we called him. I carried the stupid bear as a good luck charm to tournaments. And being the overly dramatic retards we were, we made up this whole story about him being kidnapped, complete with ransom notes and everything. Hey, it kept us entertained between rounds and out of the coach's hair.
And finally, this is from the summer before my Senior year. We had had a foreign exchange student that year and I think she was getting ready to go home. We were probably having one last hurrah at a local museum/park thing. Tinne, the Belgian, is on the far left. Sis is next in her multi-colored OSU shirt. I'm next with some seriously messed up bangs. They make me think of Vanilla Ice for some reason. I loved that hippy smiley face shirt. I even had dog tags to go with. The guy on the right was my boyfriend, Brad. And to think I had a boyfriend, even with hair like that. Sis and I should've been hung for the outrageous fashion statements we had goin' on in this picture.
Okay, that's it. I'm done. I'm tired, Paul shows no sign of turning off the PS2 and turning me on, so I'm going on to bed.
Happy Dorky Tuesday everyone!!