One of my favorites Beth over at Shug in Boots did a post a little while back about when she was 17, such a fun post to read. Who doesn't love a throwback post? or maybe that's just me but you're getting one anyway....
Oh how things have changed since high school...
I went to a small high school and graduated with 42 whole people.
Meet my high school self.
In high school...
I was a model.
I was not actually a model we just posed for a lot of pictures. ( I know I know you're surprised I wasn't.)
I slept through a lot of high school and no one minded because I told them I had a condition where I couldn't stay awake. (They believed me or just enjoyed the time I wasn't talking.)
If I wasn't sleeping I was cheering. Doesn't green glitter eye shadow look hot on me?
I went to prom 5 times. Non of those times was it as great as I had always heard it would be.
These were my besties with testies.
I showed cattle, sometimes in my cheerleading uniform until they made a rule the year after I did this you had to be in FFA/ 4-H offical dress in order to show. Rude.
I was Homecoming Queen, even though some girl started telling people she was really the real queen but I guess I complained or something and that is how I got it because I always got my way, I think was the story she came up with. Oh small town drama....
I was in FFA and got my state FFA degree. People never would believe me that I was in FFA, so here is proof kids.
I had the most precious dog, her name was Miss Princess Ana Sophia Diamond, but I called her Sophie for short.
I wore too much Abercrombie and Hollister.
I ate everything in site and never gained a pound. Oh those were the days.
I didn't drink or party in high school I just hung out with friends. I dated the same guy for most of high school until he graduated and moved to another state for college.
I spent majority of high school just ready to graduate and go to college.
Was it all I thought it would be and more? Oh Yes!
I had a good time in high school, would I go back? NO WAY!
I'm more fond of my college years.