http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei6JvK0W60I We're told beauty is a certain look. Would we tell our own children they had to look this way? Would we tell our best friends, they weren't acceptable unless they were pretty enough, skinny enough, tanned enough? Why do we tell ourselves?
Here's an article I just read from latinafatale.com: "I went to a dinner party at a friend’s home last weekend, and met her five-year-old daughter for the first time. Little Maya was all curly brown hair, doe-like dark eyes, and adorable in her shiny pink nightgown. I wanted to squeal, “Maya, you’re so cute! Look … Continue reading Talking to Little Girls
Everybody is different, every smile, every eye colour, every shape of the nose. Even if you take parts from either parent, some parts are uniquely yours, and they way each feature blends together is a masterpiece. And yet, do you see yourself that way? Would you say that your face was a piece of art? … Continue reading Do you think you’re beautiful?
Sunrise... what a beautiful time of day, or is it night? When do you pinpoint it? Is it when the sky eases off from being so dark? Is it the first crest of the sun on the horizon? Where do you measure the horizon- from ground level? What if there are mountains or houses in … Continue reading Sunrise
There's always more beauty to be found in you Loving somebody is a journey of discovery. If you place value on the little things you do, imagine finding these things in another person! They'll be fascinating for you. And you'll be fascinating for them. I've always wanted to captivate somebody. That's princess-talk. I want to … Continue reading Discovering A Person
I had a dream once when I was small enough to fit inside a sand castle. All the furniture was made out of sand, and I could see through the tiny windows to my view of the sea. When I was little, building sand castles with my Dad and Grampy on holiday, I used … Continue reading Castle Building