when you don’t quite have the best fit

For the past few years, I have struggled to find the best fit for myself in a pair of jeans.  I have more padding than I would like in my ab area, with a literal vs visual tush (basically flat) and fairly skinny legs. I have curves in the wrong places for the trendy typeContinue reading “when you don’t quite have the best fit”

birds of a feather

I always related to the ugly duckling as a child, and honestly, still as an adult. Not because I think I am exceptionally ugly  (surface beauty is in the eye of the beholder…) but because I have always felt on the outside looking in.  A misfit.  A round peg trying to fit in square holes.Continue reading “birds of a feather”

freedom in belonging

When you know where you belong, you open up a freedom you may not have known you needed, let alone wanted. I was always on the outside looking in, I felt, as I was growing up. A fish out of water, or a black sheep standing in sharp contrast to the flock of white onesContinue reading “freedom in belonging”