Oh…my…god!!! I had a blast rummaging through my memory box for pictures of me in high school! Excited at the same time (for all of you) because I was an 80’s adolescent! You know what that means. (rolls in laughter) So, enjoy this. I hope everyone participates in this wonderful and fun idea of my husband, Jher. The Diva, Nastypen, gets the “early bird” award. (enjoy the bird, dahlin. hahahahahaha!)
Okay, let’s start with…
…my college graduation picture! Very Rico Suave the hairstyle! Hahahaha! Of course before I got to be so modern with the Hispanic from da hood hairstyle, I also went through some styling challenges:
This is me and my sister, Gilda. With my dog, Boomer, and our two puppies, Serena and (no not Venus, bitches)…now I forgot the other puppy’s name. I knew I already had a sense of color coordination with the shirt with violet, yellow, and dark green stripes paired with an olive green pair of shorts. And the necklace outside the shirt! Very Brylle Mondejar and Mon Alvir! Hahahahahaha! Obviously, I dressed up my sister. (rolls in laughter)
Here’s another picture taken during my post-high school graduation party. Look at the mustard and beige khakis! With matching Guess watch with the gold and brown strap, the logo etched on it! (my gosh, the memories! Hahahahaha!) Ang mudra, di ba? Marilou Bendigo na itetch. Hahahahahaha! That WAS my stepfather. (crickets chirp)
Now comes the set of pictures that husband has been bugging me about! Remember: DO NOT FULLY SCROLL DOWN. You have to view them one by one.
Okay. Back in October 23, 1002 (the camera had a date-setter, whatever it is called), I was designated carosa driver of my sister who represented the beautiful country of BULGARIA!!! (raises cape) It was their school’s commeration of UN Week. So, the school administration organized a parade of nations around our subdivision (where her school is located). I found the idea to be fabulous despite me struggling with finding a profound reason why my sister was dressed up in a white long sleeved polo with a hideous vest aaaaaaaaannnd…get this…A PAIR OF MAJORETTE BOOTS! (rolls on the floor laughing. tummy ache na) So, off we went! This first picture, I was beaming with glee and pride!
9 blocks after, I started to feel the Greek sun God, Helios…
30 minutes later…well, as the saying goes, a picture says a thousand words…take your pick…
Balloons and crepe paper on dilapidated bicycle with side car: 200 pesos
Hideous vest: 90 pesos
Silly Majorette Boots: 350 pesos
My wrath caught on film while wearing a Company B t-shirt…with a HOOD: priceless
I hope you had fun. And I guarantee that you will as well! So, off to your photo albums and memory boxes, dahlins! Hugs.
I leave you this post because I am leaving…again. (sniff) Cebu-bound tomorrow. (sighs) Love you all! (gives everyone a big hug)