Oh, look- middle school photos!
Facebook narrative assignment, 3 stars. I did it because it was 3 stars and didn’t look like an insane amount of work.
The thing that took the most time was going through all of my old social media to find these photos and videos. And since I’m a huge weeb, most of my photos are from conventions or are of me in costume. #sorrynotsorry. Unfortunately, I don’t have a few of my more recent costumes because I couldn’t be assed.
I went through my Facebook, Peter’s Facebook, and some of my friend’s albums before heading into my old tumblr. I found the hair video there, and it’s the first one I ever edited. I downloaded all of the pictured that I liked, put them into categories kind of, and added the transitions. I then added Mozart’s Piano Sonata 11 in A. Love public domain.
The major theme of this is that you can’t really tell what happened when, because I haven’t changed my core personality at all. I think that’s a good thing. I’m still a goofy dork who makes weird faces and finds the silliness in everything, because what’s the point of being a tight ass when you could make light of things? Bad things happen. This narrative has photos of some of the most difficult, heartbreaking parts of my life, as well as some of the happiest. People enter your life and leave it without warning or reason. Lives end, drift apart, come together. People can lie and hurt you, make you feel worthless, or lift you up higher than you knew you could go. All of this is guaranteed to happen, and there will be photographic evidence. Can you tell which is which?