I have been tall and slim.
I have been dumpy and short. (The first stages of a twin pregnancy is not known for its svelte-ness. But something wonderful was cooking in me and that made me gorgeous.)
Recently a friend of mine visited the Fashion Boudoir Project in Seattle – a few sexy pics appeared on her Facebook stream. I wondered if I could do it – bare all or some?
Mom and I once went to a topless beach in Hawaii once. No biggie. (I did feel free.)
The most beautiful women I know have some beautiful physical unique style – my Great Aunt Marie had a big nose – my friend DeB is completely bald. It’s what’s cooking inside — intelligence, humor, kindness, creativity — that make us beautiful.
In the car, the other day my friend said, “The positive thing about Kim Kardashian is that she brings body pride to women with large booties.” (I did not know this.)
And I recently saw this way-cool Tweet from Lorde — she posted a pic of herself without the photoshop. Yup, still beautiful. (Amazing young woman!)
I stared a Pinterest board – “I Look Forward to Getting Old.” These women (and a few men) are uniquely beautiful.
One of my darlings saw my Pinterest pins and asked, “This is where you celebrate aging?”
Yup, that too!