Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Moment of mind-blowing insight

Today I got on facebook and found this picture of me and Alex Pham at high school graduation and I realized I still have the skirt I was wearing. I don't know why this merits reporting but when that kind of thing happens to you, you just have to tell someone. And tag yourself.

What happened? That's not me anymore. That person looks more like my little sister than she looks like me. About a million and a half important things have happened in the years since then, not the least of which being that I apparently became an entirely different person. Who also owns a green paisley skirt from Gap.

Sometimes life slows down and I am forced to face naked reality (as opposed to facing reality naked, which works equally well but makes me feel slightly vulnerable) which is sometimes good and sometimes I'd prefer not to think about it, like climbing water slide stairs against my better judgment. It's not that I don't like what's happening, it's that sometimes I don't like what isn't happening or didn't happen and I like what already happened too much, and I don't know if I'm going to like what's about to happen, which is ridiculous because I like mostly everything that's happened so far.

So let's think about what I can learn from this picture.
1. My necklace was flipped backwards and now it's been immortalized that way.
2. There's short lady with super creepy eyes in the relflecty-windows on the right.
3. I look a lot better with bangs.

I'm not sure what this all means but I'll think about it and get back to you.

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