Yes, I was that kid

I got a text from Carly, not 5 minutes ago with a picture and text saying…well, here. Just look for yourself:

Let’s get a close up, shall we?

That’s me.



Third grade on the left, second grade on the right.

Let’s look beyond the fact that I smiled without showing my teeth, shall we? Let’s just get to the guts of it all. Because I know we’re all thinking it here.

I had a mullet. Business up front, party in the back.

And then, since of course, since mullets are SO NOT COOL, I got it all cut off. And then some.

I’d like to think it was a glorified bowl cut.

And my husband, whom I love dearly 98% of the time said, “I never knew I married a man.”

There ya have it, kids. My most embarrassing photos. AND THEY’RE IN YEARBOOKS FOR ALL TO SEE.

Thanks for the reminder, Carly.



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Posted on December 6, 2011, in Cassie and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. I see that shoes are not the only things you like in yellow. Still, I think the shots are adorable. The mullet’s better than the bowl cut, though.

    • Oh the bowl cut. It was awful. I had that thing for two years or something and constantly got mistaken for a boy. I guess I could have worn things other than over sized tee shirts, but that’s neither here nor there.

  2. Mullet AND a bowl cut. Now that’s just shameful. Glad that you survived those days.

    Mark had a mullet too… and a rat tail. I just had ridiculously heavy bangs because my mom (thank the Lord) refused to let me get a perm.

  3. I basically still have a mullet, so . . .

    It’s weird how you totally look like yourself, though.

  4. Try having a bowl cut for the first eight years of your life!!!

  5. Yellow! Shoes, clothes… seems to be your color! 🙂

    And on your above comment, my mom had me go get a perm every year for a while. I got so sick of them and didn’t really like them to begin with. I always had bangs until high school and WITH a terrible cow lick! ha .My bangs split to the sides by the end of every day! So glad I got smart and grew them out!

  6. But it says a lot about you that you can still be cute whilst sporting a mullet.

    I had a bowl cut too, by the way. My mom insisted on curling the ends of mine under, though, so I resembled a penis.

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