Deciding against the coonskin cap, Goldenberger put on the vest, hoisted her hair up into intentionally dorky pigtails—she never wore them like that otherwise—brandished the chosen books, and pulled an intentionally hideous face for the camera. Normally, she hardly ever wore her retainer like she was supposed to, but it felt right for the character: she put it on for the shoot.
Kaelyn had the resulting Polaroid picture posted on her fridge door for many years. She also uploaded it to MySpace and Facebook, a treasure that remained hidden and undisturbed for several years before its glorious and spectacular excavation.
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