Monday, July 21, 2008

High School and EAC buddies....



My mom has been slowly getting all my old stuff out of her house and into mine. Recently she brought me a box of stuff and in that box was a bunch of old pictures from high school and from the year I spent at Eastern Arizona Community College....
Alot of my friends that read this blog and that have known me since then may find that they are in some of these... just thought I would share...let me know what you think.

HighSchool and EA

10 comments:

Kelly Merrell said...

Nice walk down memory lane! All I can say is I wish there were more picture of Brent Pullin.

megs said...

WHOOOA, i went to EAC too! I just graduated with my almost-associates, and it only took me 3 years! (and i STILL didnt even finish...)

Blake and Kacie Bennett said...

Gosh, Blake was a hottie! That was fun Chris I love old pics.

Blake and Kacie Bennett said...

Okay, how did you do that cool thing with your blog buddies...call me.

The Papa Family said...

Awe, that's so fun to see! :) Oh to have no cares in the world anymore.... Thanks for sharing, Chris!

The Papa Family said...

Ya, I just read my comment--makes no sense. I meant that back then I didn't have any cares....I'm just slow today. :)

Mary Ann said...

i couldn't tell if i was in any of the pics... but those were fun memories! ea was the best!

Heather Kelsey said...

He he funny to see old EA pics. I especially miss my super cool white eyeliner! Yeah! I love the background and can't wait for tomorrow night at midnight Breaking Dawn! TEAM EDWARD!!!!

Heather Kelsey said...

He he funny pictures of Good Ole' EAC days! I especially love my super cool white eyeliner! YEAH! HOT! PS I really like the new Blog Background! TEAM EDWARD!!!

Bella said...

Chris,
Haven't checked your blog in a while.... Was thoroughly entertained by the old photos from high school...people I haven't even thought about for years. Also, your photography is beautiful! Congrats on being able to do something you enjoy and make a little cash. Take care.
-Elizabeth Ellis