Thursday, September 18, 2014

That One Time In Show Choir

I am in the front row, at the very end, that way ----> With the hair.

One of my friends from Montgomery Blair High School posted this on her Book of Face page awhile back.  Oh, those were some good times, in the show choir.  We sang, and sang, and danced. Well, we sort of danced.  Many of us were rhythmically challenged, because we were nerds.  Yeah, that's right. Geeks didn't exist in the 80s, at least not in the current rendition of the word.  Smart people were nerds, and nerds wore goofy looking sweaters that their choir teacher found on sale somewhere, and we were PROUD to get up in front of a bunch of other teenagers and dance and sing. Sometimes we fell down, but we got back up again, because the show must go on.

Also, that hair?  Took me about 45 minutes to create that hair on a daily basis, minimum.  I get mad if it takes me more than five minutes these days!

So yeah.  

Go visit Mamakat over at her Writer's Workshop!  That's where I got this prompt: Share an old class photo.

8 comments:

  1. Love the hair. I don't remember show choirs when I was in school. You weren't a geek - you were a gleek:)!

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  2. Love the geeky sweaters! And, working on our hair was the most important thing in the mornings before school. Throw back pictures are fun to see. Now, I'll have to go back through mine!

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  3. I think your hair looks great! I'm sure you have many nice memories for your time there.

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  4. Look how you rolled that hair! You showed it who was boss!

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  5. you are still adorable, what a cutie!

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  6. Hey, isn't that like the Farrah Fawcet look? I think you totally nailed it! ;)

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  7. The hair is awesome! :) I was in choir but we were more fun than show...LOL

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  8. You don't look like nerds! You look like a little model already working that smile on the camera. I see an inner diva peeking out. ;)

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