Friday, October 5, 2012

I'm okay with it


marisol said...

That is one of my biggest body parts that I am aware of. I hope to one day be ok with it.

RNegade (hopefulandfree) said...

Yep, makes perfect sense to me, to be "okay" with imperfect physical characteristics that don't really diminish one's quality of life very much, if at all...especially when compared with other physical characteristics that DO negatively impact one's quality of life (such as the pain and limitations caused by your knee(s), or my own struggles with my dysfunctional right hand and--sometimes--my brain.) Usually, your photos portray a beautiful young woman whose demonstrations of courage and grace under stressful conditions only add to her loveliness. Who wants to be *perfect*? Not me. Given the choice, I would choose being unique any day. :)