Another beautiful Spring week has flown by. I haven’t written much just because I haven’t felt like it, but not in that I can’t bear it kind of way that I have felt recently. Mostly I just didn’t want to and that feels ok.
I also haven’t taken any pics of myself in quite a while and have been taking a break from Snap and IG. It feels glorious.
This week Ms. Over 50 sends us all a special message, so be sure to read below. She is the exact reason I host this meme rain or shine. Love you all!
Enjoy the tits, friends.
Full Boobday Guidelines here.
One of two ways to participate:
1) either submit a pic to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) OR
2) submit a link below to your own blog post for Boobday.
Also, just as a reminder:
If you send me a pic, be sure to tell me if you want to be anonymous or not and what your pseudonym is (if you have one or I gave you one)
Tell me why you chose the photo you sent
And don’t forget to comment on everyone’s posts! This is all about spreading the love!
NOT my tits:
Pretty in pink.
This is a photo of me braless and ready to go out on a date. Hubby will wait patiently at home hoping he will get to enjoy me later!
Today’s submission drops the artistic presentation and shows a bit of realism. In the past, realism meant rejection, feelings of ugliness and an overwhelming desire to keep my body hidden. Today is our 5th anniversary and this less than ideal photo is a thank you to the man I wish I had found 30 years ago. He accepts me the way I am and has helped me move slowly from disappointment to acceptance and finally to appreciation of my own body. He introduced me to this site and repeatedly ask me to post until I was willing. I still am amazed that I have come this far. Most of my posts have been of one breast because I am quite lopsided. Even when showing two I have plenty of tricks. Lifting one shoulder works wonders which I am doing in this pic but remember I said a “bit of realism” not completely natural. Anyway, my purpose for being verbose today is twofold: I want to encourage Hyacinth by saying that her sharing has encouraged me and helped me become more comfortable with my own body and to say thank you to my wonderful husband who accepts me the way I am (trust me, I can’t go around with one shoulder high in the air to balance the one drooping boob).Happy Boobday to all!