We like to commemorate our outings with pictures. Regular ones and the super obnoxious selfie kind.
The birthday girl asked for final approval on any photos that might be posted and everyone else chimed in that they wanted the same privilege.
Now this isn't to say these ladies are vain. That is truly not the case but most people like some say so over what goes out into the world to represent themselves. I chimed in that I didn't care. That everyone should be aware of this based on what I myself would post.
Then a wonderful thing happened. One of my amazing friends said she didn't think I had ever taken a bad photo.
Although we deal in sarcasms and jokes most of the time this was a sincere compliment. It is my opinion that this is much more a statement about our friendship than my extreme photogenicness.
As proof I offer up these fantastic photos of myself from this awesome evening.
|because I'm classy I'm licking salsa off my phone here.|
|this is obviously my "see food" face|
|here I am imitating the gen Xers ( or gen Y? I really have no idea what they are called)|
|Are you supposed to look up or down when taking a selfie?|
I'm sure all of this is true. I can think of numerous times someone has proven my preconceived notions wrong.
We say beauty is only skin deep but we should add a caveat. Beauty is only skin deep in friends.
Covered in sweat or dressed in our Sunday best. Smiling we are always beautiful.
|a smile is better than any makeup.|