High school freshman dating high school senior
I always hid my student ID so people wouldn't be able to see the photo. It's crazy to me how much I focused on the nitpicky little 'flaws.' One of the biggest changes between the two is that I look much more confident in my senior year photo.In early high school, I really disliked my smile, but by the time senior year rolled around, I was confident enough to smile like I didn't have a care in the world.""When I was a freshman, I thought that my photo was actually great.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.As for my senior photo, at the time I absolutely loved it.It was the best picture that had ever been taken of me and I was on top of the world.
I see a sense of confidence in that picture, which I think relates to how I felt at the time." "I loved my curly hair, but sometimes I didn't know how to handle it and I guess picture day freshman year was one of those times.
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.
I had a face full of makeup and the picture quality was great, so I liked my photo very much.
The biggest difference that I see between the two photos, besides physical features, would be a change in mindset.
Looking back, I feel love for both because I can really see how fast I changed over the past four years.