Towards the end of 2012 (that was yesterday, weird) I started to learn that I really love myself, not in a prideful way, or conceded, but became more and more comfortable in my skin. I have always been a person of little inhibition, there aren't many things I think I can't do.
But I've fully embraced that mind set recently, and I have to say I like it.
I mean, I am almost(!!!) 27, I have three kids, live in a small farm town in Arkansas...and I wear a faux hawk and leopard print skinny jeans.
Why? Because when I look in the mirror it makes me happy.
I have realized the more I do the little, insignificant things that make me happy: make paper mache barnacles, sew a star wars quilt for Chad, bark at dogs out my window as I drive by, make lots and lots of homemade ice cream, listen to music that really resonates with my soul and wrestle with my kids on the trampoline (to name a few), the more the little things reflect on the big things. The more they reflect on life in general.
This 2013 I want to focus on doing all those little things that make me happy, so they continue to reflect on the big things.
Rock on 2013.
ps- how you liking my 100% camera shots? I miss my camera, but every time I look at my floor...I'm over it.