Five Years Ago - What I Was Doing in 2011
Five Years Ago.
I have been doing a lot of thinking lately, one of them was what was it like five years ago? I just graduated again (but now from college instead of high school), have things changed that much, or even if not - how much do I remember?
And sorry for all the low quality photos, they were taken five years ago...
So here we go!
Five years ago, I was in high school, still a teenager, and young and super energetic.
[caption id="attachment_116" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Sorry for the low-quality photos... they were taken five years ago -_-[/caption]
I was celebrating, I am sure, that I was going to graduate that year.
I had just got accepted into BYU-Idaho, and rejected from BYU-Hawaii.
[caption id="attachment_120" align="aligncenter" width="300"] On my way to school for the first time![/caption]
I was in ceramics class, and made 2 pots that I am still super proud of.
I took my senior photos with Jen Chesnut Photography with some of my best friends from high school.
I got asked to prom, by one of my very good friends.
[caption id="attachment_118" align="aligncenter" width="300"] [Photo Credit: Jen Chesnut Photography - http://www.jenchesnutphotography.com][/caption]I took a criminal justice class, got an A, and did a super awesome ride-along with a police officer.
I was applying for scholarships all day and all night - got accepted to one. (Hallelujah)
I actually knew how to curl my hair - and I curled it every. single. day. (I totally have no idea how to anymore)
I had the coolest shoes, and I have no idea where they went…
I was finishing up the Stargate SG-1 series (best show ever!)
I got my wisdom teeth out, and watched Despicable Me probably 20 times
I watched my first (and only) Korean Drama - Flower Boy Ramen Shop
I listened to Hey Soul Sister by Train on repeat, probably daily.
I taught all my sisters the rap to Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice, and we would rap it, all the time. (see video made when I came back from my first year of school)
I am pretty sure I was the most awesome person I had met that year. I admire that girls spunk, fearlessness, and beauty.
Yep. Thats me.