A reminder to dream big.
(submitted by Heather)
“That’s me in the middle (age 18). There’s apparently a Christmas tree behind me. That’s my brother (15) and my sister (12). It was not a good Christmas Day. It was not a good Christmas Day at all. I definitely remember our mother taking this photo. And I definitely remember that all of us were determined to not smile. No. Matter. What.”
(submitted by Bruce)
“At Christmas last year (2013), my younger sister was up from Florida (a not so common occurrence for the holidays) so we were trying to get some good pictures of the four siblings together. At some point we wanted to include our Mom in a picture, but since there really wasn’t enough room on the couch for her to sit with us, we tried this pose for fun. My wife was taking the picture and she was noticing that some of us were squinting. So she told everyone to open their eyes wide. Hence these expressions.”
(submitted by Peter)
“Our first family photo with our son Brett and my wife wanted to have Christmas photos taken to send out to the family. I put on a smile, but I have always HATED this photo as we looked like giants in this teeny little sleigh.”
(submitted by Joel)
“This is a photo I received from my friend as a Christmas card.”
(submitted by Sarah)
(submitted by Ana)
“This is my older sister (by 12 years) and my father. She got boxing gloves for Christmas and thought it would be a good idea to challenge our father. From the picture, you can tell, it wasn’t such a good idea.”
(submitted by Danielle)
It’s gotta be the sweater.
(submitted by Charlie)