Senior Slump

April 8th, 2015

Senior Slump - Siblings

“I was taking senior pictures and my two younger siblings were freaking out while my mom tried to entertain them. So after two hours of them crying, I had it, sat down on the stair case, and tried to calm myself before I went crazy big sister. Being little an thinking every move I made was a gift from God, they followed me. My sister on the right is a talker that never stops, my brother has no attention span, and me in the middle, needless to say– they stress me out and this is a very common look for me.”

(submitted by Brianna)

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Young At Heart

April 8th, 2015

Young At Heart - Misc

“Homecoming with the grandkids… Grandma didn’t want to be left out.”

(submitted by Brianna)

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Don’t Go Chasing Harps

April 7th, 2015

Don’t Go Chasing Harps - School Photos

“My painfully awkward senior photo.”

(submitted by Amelia)

Cakepooling

April 7th, 2015

Cakepooling - Birthdays

“I am on the left (the brunette) any my little sister is on the right (the blonde). Our birthdays are just a few days apart so we shared a cake. Obviously, we were both so excited we could hardly contain ourselves. We were grumpy and disinterested way before it was cool.”

(submitted by Trish)

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Lincoln

April 7th, 2015

Lincoln - Grandma

“You don’t know cool until your 89-year-old grandmother goes to ‘Dick’s’ with this hat. She’s so cool.”

(submitted by fastfalkie)

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Forgotten One

April 7th, 2015

Forgotten One - Vacation

“Family vacation to Foamhenge, our son threw a fit and didn’t want to be in our photo, yet he managed to be in the background with his new bumblebee umbrella.”

(submitted by Christopher)

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The Permanent

April 6th, 2015

The Permanent - School Photos

“This is me circa 1996. my best friend got a perm, so I obviously needed one as well. Sometimes perms are a great idea, but picking them out will never be.”

(submitted by Shanna)

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