Looking through old photo albums

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This one is of my brother and I, when I was about two, I think. I had both my legs in plaster when I was little and had very recently had it off when this photo was taken.

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This is me in earlier mentioned plaster, hence I’m in a wheelchair. I look very uncertain about something….

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I think my brother’s sweatband really brings this photo alive.

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Christmas lunch. That’s me in the orange hat. Everyone else was too cool to wear theirs.

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My friend Naomi and I in our best sporting gear (we didn’t play any sport) and centre partings in our hair.

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I don’t know. I don’t know what’s going on in this photo. The curtains hairdo, the Hello Kitty t-shirt, the gold chain thing, the non-smile on my face.

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On the left, in the white jumper, that’s me. Yep, I sported the fringe and bob look then. It wasn’t my best look.

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This is me age 19 on a zipwire thing over the Yellow River in China. Boy, do I look excited!

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10 responses to this post.

  1. Interesting word – “excited”!
    Scott

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  2. You have had so many adventures in your short life, that’s fantastic! Why did you have casts on your legs? Not that you have to go into it in comments if you don’t feel like it πŸ™‚

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    • I was born with a dislocated hip so they put plaster down both my legs to encourage it to grow properly. When I was 10 they realised it hadn’t worked and operated and put both my legs in plaster AGAIN! I didn’t mind though cause I got loads of time off school πŸ™‚

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  3. Heehee you’re brother’s like “checkout my slacks! Wannaseemee curtsey?”

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  4. Posted by Alex Jones on June 24, 2013 at 21:22

    From legs in plaster aged 2 to swinging across rivers in China aged 19 is quite a journey in life.

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