Sunday, March 10, 2013

In every outthrust...

Sand woman 12 by *interZone-studio

“In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand there is the story of the earth.”
Rachel Carson

Friday, March 8, 2013

Life is like riding a swing....

Johanna Perdu

Life is like riding a swing, you hold to it tight and start moving, you go high and low, when you’re up you know you will get low and when you’re at your low you push harder to get up, and sometimes you need a push from someone to take you up.

- Shada Aldahash

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Despite your Faults...

Peter Harskamp, 1951 in The Hague, Holland

Love yourself unconditionally, just as you love those closest to you despite their faults. - Les Brown

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

I move...

The Padded Lilies, a Californian fat women's synchronized swim team

Dancer from the Fat Ballet
Cheryl Haworth is a US Olympic weightlifter

Kelly Gneiting ran and completed a marathon at 400lbs and no, he wasn’t the last person to finish.
Frances Werle-Smith | from the Curvy Yogi Gallery
Dancers from Danza Voluminosa - A Plus Size Dance Troupe from Cuba

Saturday, July 14, 2012

A little break....

I've been taking a little break from my blog. Don't worry, I'll be back... Just trying to chill out for a bit. I'll be back at it sometime soon.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

You can be fully satisfied...

“I don’t think your hands are big enough…” (by Photos_by_DJ)

 You can be fully satisfied with where you are, understanding that you’re eternally evolving. When you get into that place of feeling appreciation of where you are and of who you are, and appreciation of what you are, and you accept that you are a never-ending, always unfolding Being, then you can stand in that delicate balance of being optimistic about what is to come, without being unhappy about where you stand. Find a way of eagerly anticipating future changes, while at the same time you are in love and satisfied with who, what, where and how you be.
Abraham-Hicks, from a workshop in Atlanta, Georgia, USA November 4, 2000