@fatgirlflow says: "This. This is my favorite picture ever taken of me. Not because I look damn good in this bra and hat combo... but because I am at peace. Nobody in the room hesitated or looked away when my belly was out. @heyboudie didn’t try to crop out my lower half as she photographed me. I felt beautiful. J saw me from across the room and said “your belly looks so cute”. My body is just my body. I don’t apologize for it or make excuses for it anymore. It is me and I won’t leave it behind ever again. It’s not a project, or a work in progress. It’s a perfect expression of who I am in this moment. This body and me, we’re together forever and we’re finally at peace. And that makes me so so happy." #feelgoodfeed
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“Do not fall in love with him. Don’t pay attention to the way his eyes light up when he laughs at one of your jokes. Don’t think that his arm slung around your shoulder signals deeper feelings. Do not answer his call at three in the morning. He’s drunk and sad and wants someone to talk to about his “woman problems.” He’s not confiding in you because he loves you. I know it’s hard to hear, but you’re his shoulder to cry on, not the lips he wants to kiss, hands he wants to hold, heart he wants to love. Do not imagine scenarios of the two of you. They’re not real. He doesn’t whisper that he loves you as he falls asleep. He doesn’t run to hug you or playfully sing you songs. Wake up. Don’t let your hope swell for all waves are doomed to crash eventually. Do not cling to what-ifs and maybes. Listen, do not dream of forever. Because a lover can be a friend, but a friend isn’t a lover.” #moonlovers🌛
We saw this beautiful ship moored off of St Peter Port, Guernsey whilst out on our friends boat looking at dolphins. The sun was setting behind her and gave her a beautiful glow.
Belem is a three-masted barque from France. She was originally a cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and coffee from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France. By chance she escaped the eruption of the Mount Pelée in Saint-Pierre de la Martinique on 8 May 1902.
406 tons and 51 m of length.
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Girl, you'll be a woman… soon
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I love you so much, can't count all the ways
I've died for you girl and all they can say is
"He's not your kind"
They never get tired of putting me down
And I'll never know when I come around
What I'm gonna find
Don't let them make up your mind.
Don't you know…