Thursday, August 13, 2009

I'm so Silly!

On Facebook people have been playing around with this free site, Yearbook Yourself. I decided to put me and Earl's recent photo's onto yearbook pages and here are a few that I came up with.


Strand of Pearls were the style for young ladies.

I wonder if we look like our parents
would have in their High School Yearbook?

In '62 Pillbox hats were the big style.
I would have been 1 and Earl was born in 1962.

Platform shoes for the Dancing Queen?
I may have worn platform shoes occassionally,
but a dancer I never was.

The year of the platform sneakers
Remember those??

The year of the Y2K bug.
What do think? Earl in dreads???

Pretty funny! You can move your image around to fit the pictures. I guess you can even do group shots. I didn't try any of those yet. Check it out and have fun!!


Amber said...

OMG! This totally made my day!! haha

My favorite one is 1998, because you both look African American, and Earl totally resembles Usher!!!

Amber said...

And come to think of it, Earl looks like Jesus in a suit in the 1978 pic!

JessS said...

Those are so funny! Thanks for sharing

Valerie said...

Oh this is hilarious! Isn't it so funny how things change? I joined facebook and keep getting friends but don't know much about it yet except to confirm a friend. I hope to learn more in the future from my granddaughter. I am like you though, I love blogging.

Little Lovables said...

how hilarious!!

Lisa West said...

I love these but haven't played!

My DIL made this up using the pictures of my 5 oldest boys. So funny!

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