I'm fairly used to the fact that I look a little young for my age. I don't mean this in any sort of bragging way. If anything, I wouldn't mind looking a little bit more mature just so I could get a little more professional respect. When people think you are half your age, you get treated that way (and paid that way).
But truth be told, I'm starting my mid-life crisis. And I'm attending my 20th high school reunion this weekend.
It's so cliche to say it, but it's hard to believe it has been 20 years since I graduated from high school. How is that even possible?
I mentioned to someone today that I would be going to the reunion this weekend, and he responded that I still look like I am in high school.
That's just what you think!
I may look 18 now (really, I don't think I do. I think I can pass for mid-20's, but 18? not so much.), but I promise you, I did not look like this at 18.
Shall we go to the photographic evidence? And mock my awesome looks in the 80s and 90s?
Here I am at age 18 and my high school graduation. Please note: I did not exactly have the blond, golden locks I have now.
Next we have a lovely picture from my college years.
|Don't ask why we are posing with Citrucel. It's a ridiculous story.|
And just for good measure, here's what I look like now-
|Me and little cousin Lexi Doodle. Who doesn't love a little kid missing their teeth?|
And now, just for fun, here are some fun 80s pictures of my hair for you-
With all of this humiliation out of the way (not really. i really don't care what i looked like back then.), I am totally ready for my high school reunion.