Thursday, September 07, 2006

Pictures of me drawn by my friends at my 4th birthday party



Jenny truly captured my hairstyle at that time. I called it The Sunray. As you can see I was wearing lipstick even back then.















I'm not sure who drew this one, but they got one thing right: I have no body. My head flows right into my fork legs.











Brian thinks I look like Marcie from the Charlie Brown comic strip.
















And Mark thinks I look like a dog as tall as the sun. Though I especially like the attention to detail on my kneecaps.
















Obviously Heather was the oldest kid at my house that day. This is actually the picture I requested be used on my driver's license.















This is by a different Heather. She was going through her "green phase" by the looks of things. It's kind of unfair, though, that she depicted my one giant oversized eye. I had hoped we could get through one birthday without calling attention to it.











Similarly Megan felt she needed to include my mustache in her drawing. I'm not sure it was entirely necessary, but I suppose it was her drawing and not mine. At least it's better than...













...Tricia's who decided to just forgo drawing me in my human form and instead drew the green ooze that flows through my veins. Not cool, Tricia. Not cool.

8 comments:

Shamus O'Drunkahan said...

Cool idea. It's amazing you still have those pictures!

Anonymous said...

Do you throw anything away? Were those stuffed in our old attic too?

They rock! You were a cute kid.
-Steph

Vicky Automobile said...

I am in awe that you still own such artifacts. I am also in awe at that bitch Tricia.

Johnny Virgil said...

you are the hottest green ooze I've ever seen.

JD said...

so we have the sunburst hairstyle in one, and then someone drew a more accurate picture of you with your comb-over... where is the one of you with a mullet?

ThatGirl7278 said...

The one w/the mustache is just plain mean.

diane said...

As you can see by these pictures, we were all drunk back then as well. We really know how to celebrate birthdays!

AG said...

I see that even in fourth grade you were wearing that same red lipstick as seen in your current self-portraits.