I have insecurities. I grew up in a white family, in a white neighborhood, in a mostly white school. And I’m not white.
To me, that is my biggest insecurity. I don’t look like everyone else. It may seem silly and a little odd but when you’re that different, and a girl, you notice, even if basically no one else does.
Well this year I am so excited to be a part of the #MyBeautyIs Campaign. You are beautiful in your own special way. I’ve seen all sorts of beauty and I’ve been really blessed to be able to have an understanding of people so much so that I can see their inner beauty, even if I can’t stand the person. I view people how God must view people. And that’s one reason why I’m so excited about this.
Moreover, I want you to join in on this campaign. Take a selfie and tag it with #MyBeautyIs. I want to know what you love about yourself. I want to know what makes you think when you look in the mirror, “Wow. I really do look great.” The more you find those little things you love about yourself, the more you’ll love herself as a whole.
I grew up in a white family in a white neighborhood in a mostly white school. Although no one ever treated me different, I grew up feeling different. In fact, it’s still hard to look at myself in a mirror. But I’m taking the #mybeautyis challenge and I hope you will, too. Embrace the #beauty that is yours. This week I’m spotlighting my lips. They’re amazing and luscious. I once went to a plastic surgeon for my eyelid and he wanted to know who did my lips. Well, doctor, the answer is #God. ▪ This picture was taken after I got drenched in a #rain storm. These pouty lips got me some of the best pizza in town. #utahblogger #lblogger #lovemyself #thankyouhubby #thankgod
Also, I just want to give a shout out to all of the other bloggers who are working on this.