Living my life on Re-Purpose.
We have a wonky mirror at home("the skinny mirror")that Donn hates because it distorts the body into a slimmer version.I happen to love that mirror and have a better self image because of it. I, of course, refrain from looking into any other mirror.
you are awesome! you know that, right? cuz you are.
hahaha, what a great pic., you are very funny.you know, i told someone i was 38 the other day. It took me about 3 minutes to remember that i'm 48 not 38. And i can never say or write "i'm 48" without laughing, i just cannot take it seriously.which i'm happy about actually.i don't think age is to be taken seriously.
ali, if only we could be MORE LIKE YOU! Because of course, beauty is a state of mind. Of course, when one's mind is affected by various disorders, where does that leave me?!Ruth- you just keep loving people, don't you? Without a hint of cheese, you just genuinely love people.Lettuce- but you finished YOUR degree, right? and you made something of yourself? I've not yet GROWN UP and I'll be forty. I look at these large children around me, and realize I've not yet decided how to parent them...
Hmmm I just must comment on the comment by Lettuce. I've done the very same thing -- except I said I was 39 when actually I'm 49. Age - schmage.
I can never remember how old I am--really, and I am, I think about to turn 33 next month, maybe? I long to be older because my younger self was such an awful fool. I too struggled with the eating disorders, damaging my internal organs so that now I can't eat many foods that I would otherwise, and causing me to struggle with diets for years--until I found out that God was in control of my body shape and that being healthy was the key--not being the perfect shape. I adore that picture--it is wonderful and joyful and fun.
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