Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Back in my little town...

Darian and I were going through my old yearbooks mostly so we could make fun of all of the wall of hair people in the late 80's/early 90's. There were plenty of girls with The Claw on the top of their heads and spiral perms. (It was a sad time for hair.)

We were flipping through all of the senior pages. They were filled with people making quotes such as "Carpe Diem" and "Party on dudes!" and whatever other typical quote you might expect. Everyone had either a half page or a full page filled with nicely typed out poems and baby photos juxtapose to senior photos.

Then we got to my page. (I will scan it in at some point if I get around to it)
I took my half page and turned it into a collage of photos and drawings and doodles. It is pretty hard to miss as it is the only one like it.

My senior quote, which means something entirely different to me now than it did then:

“It is folly to expect men to do all that they may reasonably be expected to do”
-Richard Whately


Deb Hardman said...

You've always been an Original, & I'm glad you're You! I love you just the way you are!

I'm feeling a little better today, thanks.
Love, Mom

Mira Manga said...

Vive le difference!!

Melodie said...

Hey Michelle! I gave my daughter-in-law your mom's web site a few weeks back as I was talking to her on MSN IM. She was thrilled to see (now this is her quote) 'that she isn't the only freak in the family!' She saw your red hair and felt immediately at home in our family!
She is pierced, tattooed and has different color hair every time we see them. She is as unique and lovely as you are! Thanks Hon! Love, Aunt Mel


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