High school freshman dating high school senior

But now I have those memories, and it doesn't matter how bad or good the pictures turned out because I will always have the memories stored in my mind." " I think I was happier with how my senior picture turned out.

I remember noticing some blemishes on my face in my freshman picture, which I wasn't happy about, but other than that, I still liked them.

While you might not love looking back on your freshman year photo (you still hadn't quite figured out how to style your hair yet... ), you have to admit it's pretty incredible to see the difference between that and your senior year photo.

A "I absolutely hated my freshman photo and loved my senior portrait.

I had just gotten my braces off and it's safe to say that I was feelin' myself.

I even straightened my hair for the picture and put on makeup so I thought that it was one of my best pictures.

I was sick when I took it, and I felt you could definitely tell with the puffiness in my face, and of course my braces didn't help.

As you can see, it was already starting to curl after all my hard work.Looking at the two, I feel like I haven't aged at all and that makes me a little sad.""I loved my freshman year photos a lot (at the time), but looking back, I think it's corny, and I hate the dress. I was just in a rush to finally get out of high school and I didn't put much thought into them.I still think they're corny, but I remember being happy when I took them.Every day I lined my entire eye with black eyeliner and wore a sparkly eyeshadow from Forever 21. I remember seeing my freshmen yearbook picture and being shocked, like,why do I look like a bear?!My senior yearbook picture was sentimental because it was my senior year.

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