Chas’ Crazy Stories – Teen Years

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Here are my pictures growing up starting with Kindergarten through 11th grade. My hobbies were dancing, softball, playing piano, and flute. My family moved to Colorado after 7th grade, and I went from living in a very small town to a suburb of Denver. It definitely was a huge culture shock, and I was bullied that first year..

When I was in high school, I learned to I beat to my own drum. I didn’t love my natural curly hair (I know I know lol). The short hair cut was a dare from my mom, I took it and kept a “tail” which I actually kept until I was 44 years old. I was asked to play more instruments because I could read treble and bass clef. I added all of the percussion instruments as well as bassoon which would get me a college scholarship.

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  1. What cute and sweet pictures. Love them. You’re photogenic.

    1. You are so very sweet Crystal, thank you so much! Love your cute pet 🙂

  2. Thank Yo So Much. I love most animals. Dislike Snakes a lot.

  3. I hear you. Almost stepped on one a few years back so really dislike them.

  4. Chas! Thanks for the feature my friend! I’m trying to channel you in my DIY projects! 🙂

    I LOVE your growing up pictures – what a darling you are – and what great hair styles too! If that little girl could have seen the wonderful beautiful woman she would become, she’d have been so proud!

    Hope you have a marvelous weekend!

    1. You are most welcome my friend! I appreciate your kind words and I’m so grateful to have you as a friend. I hope you have a great weekend. too!

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