And just when I thought things couldn't get worse, I got glasses.
Now some of you kind souls might be thinking "oh come on Emily, it's not that bad!" Well that's because the ride hasn't even started yet people! I must warn you things are gonna get pretty awkward for the next few pictures, so brace your self!
No this is not a shot of my 6th grade teacher, this is still me! Funny story though She (Mrs. Thomas) and I had similar denim dresses we wore to school the same day and I felt like DJ Tanner on that episode of Full House when she was wearing the same outfit as her Teacher the first day of school!
This is where things get sad because I'm actually starting to do my own hair and pick out my own stuff at this point!
Hey Emily! David Cassidy called he wants his Hair back!
8th grade is when I discovered Sun-In
Freshmen year I went hard and did my own bottle job! Is it just me or do I look kinda butch in this picture!
OK so by Sophomore year things are looking a little better!
I think when my senior year came around I finally started to work it out! Although I didn't learn the joys of matching and coordinating until a year later, for some reason i thought it was cool to clash!
I liked all four of these Senior pictures, so I uploaded all of them! Because as they say in the biz if you have a good ending they'll forgive your for anything!
This is a shot of me at Lakeview Park, the place my friends and I would play when we where bored Friday/Saturday nights!
This is me messing around in the prop room at the High School, I thought it was fitting because I spent the majority of my time in that Theatre during those 4 yrs.
And here's another shot of me in the prop room. . . literally coming out of the closet!
That's funny right?
I'm sure most of you can identify with the wonder that is "The Awkward Stage". I personally am quite grateful for mine! It has turned out to be comedic gold for me! I mean let's face it being pretty is not funny! How many funny pretty people do you know? I can think of some attractive funny people but they usually have to say or do fairly unattractive things to get you to laugh!
So with that said let's raise a preverbial glass to the ugly kid most of us have been, and say thanks for the stories and the laughter!