Do you ever look through old high school or college yearbooks and laugh at the hairstyles, glasss, or clothing? If you'd like to have a little fun with images, there's a website you need to explore — Jostens' Yearbook Yourself. You upload a picture of yourself, move it and resize it to fit in a little circle, choose male portrait or female portrait, and then select years across the bottom of the screen. You can see what you would have looked like in yearbooks every two years from 1950 to 2000. (WARNING: You may want to mute your computer since the site has loud, annoying music in the background.)
Here's what Becka would have looked like with the hairstyles and clothing of the various decades. (And yes, I am doing this with her blessing....)
Now for yours truly....
Is there any look of Becka or me that you found particularly fetching? Many of us have definitely survived navigating through some minefields of fashion faux pas.
I hope you have fun with pictures of yourselves and loved ones. (WARNING: You may want to mute your computer since the site has loud, annoying music in the background.)
"There are times when a cave is better than a palace. ... In that cave you need to find God." — Drew Conley, in a message on David hiding from Saul in a cave
Q: Why do they make yearbooks?
A: So our children and grandchildren will have something to laugh at someday.
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