So just as a reminder, here is how I looked before surgery (I'm on the right, sister Camdyn on the left):
And a few more cringeworthy old ones:
And here I am now! Four years, jaw surgery, and the discovery of brow products can work wonders in a person's life:
Also here's an awkward picture of me from graduation. I'm saying, "Thank you," in response to his "Congratulations," so that's why I wasn't perfectly prepared for the photo. Oh well! I'll get it right next time when I am at last Dr. Peyton... :)
Honestly the only thing on my mind at this point was, "DO. NOT. TRIP. ON. STAGE."
And another (courtesy of Camdyn):
Big shout-out to this incredible lady and all she has done for me over the past twenty-two years, especially concerning my braces and surgery. Words in general are an understatement for the love I harbor for my amazing mother.
Looking back now, I regret deciding not to blog all throughout my four undergraduate years, because it seems like it would be so enjoyable to read through those posts now. Here's to hoping I can get back to regular posting now that a new chapter is opening in my life. Right now the main concern is figuring out where exactly I'm going to be living in less than a month and a half. Apartment hunting is a NIGHTMARE...can I get an amen?!
Thank you again for reading, and I will always enjoy answering any questions you may have about jaw surgery, preparation, recovery, or heck even the pharmacy school application process!