Let's talk about selfie sticks.
Like...what even? Am I right? Add in an eye roll and you've got exactly what my feelings about selfie sticks used to be.
I slowly came around to the idea of them and pretty soon I was full blown asking my sister if I should get one. You see, Ann is like the coolest person ever and in order for me to get on 10% of her level I have to ask her permission about everything. But Ann was all like NO WAY, DON'T GET ONE. And I was all like FINE, BUT WHEN I DO GET ONE YOU CAN'T BE IN ANY OF MY SELFIES.
Then last week when I was home in Georgia Ann surprised me with a selfie stick.
^^^I was pretty excited about it. For selfie reasons.
So I used the stick for the next few days (and totally broke my rules about Ann not being allowed in my selfie stick selfies) until I flew to Kentucky to meet up with Ricky Rick for a wedding.
Holy Teenage Girl Taken To A Selfie Stick. The stick became a permanent attachment to Freddie's hand. Captain Hook ain't got nothing on Captain Freddie Selfie Stick.
The selfie stick made. the. rounds. Partied with the best of us. It was with us through the wedding vows and toasts, through the wedding dancing and drinking, through the post-wedding dancing and drinking, and well...just see for yourself.
So. Selfie sticks. Totally and completely 100% absolutely freaking ridiculous.
And also totally and completely 100% absolutely freaking wonderful for getting the BEST of the best pictures from time spent with the best of our best friends.
Selfie sticks: bringing friends closer since 2015.
Congrats, Brooke and Tyler! Thanks for providing our selfie stick with the best picture material this past weekend.