Sadly, things only went downhill from here.

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I'm sorry, but that last entry isn't really complete without a picture from that era.

Twin Day
My friend Sarah and I, prepping for another day of swooning over Matt.

This picture is particularly fantastic because it was taken on Twin Day. More specifically, it was the most dramatic Twin Day of my life. I chose to have over twelve inches of hair removed from my head in order to more fully match Sarah. That is why my hair is in such a unique triangle shape. It was poofing out in rebellion against my first haircut of my entire life. (Why yes, I still have the ponytail in my closet somewhere. Ew?) That is also why I was allowed to ditch my Harry Caray glasses for a day and why she and I are dressed alike.

Now, why we chose to dress alike in these outfits? That's one of the top ten questions I'll be asking myself when I invent a time machine.

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

There are some who say that if you were ever going to actually create a time machine, you would already have it because you would just send it back to yourself to save all that time you'd have spent inventing it.

Ya know. Just sayin'. IT'S SCAHARY!

Rachelskirts

Rachelskirts

Thursday's Child - Bubble popper.

Honeybuns

Honeybuns

Hahahahaha!! You have an excuse for wearing that outfit: it was the early 90's.

Scrangie

Scrangie

Awww.... how cute. Right down to the matching socks!

It just gave me an idea... What Not To Wear: Junior Edition.

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Rachelskirts

Honeybuns - Well, whoever was in charge of setting trends in (app.) 1995 will be getting a visit from me when I figure out the time machine thing. "Would sir like to walk off of a plank? No? TOO BAD."

Scrangie - Oh my gosh, so many of my childhood issues would not be haunting me to this day if there had been a Stacy and Clinton back then to tell me what not to wear. *sniffles*