You are more precious than rubies. I am reading a new book that I’ve wanted to read for awhile now: A Year of Biblical Womanhood by Rachel Held Evans. I am enjoying it immensely. I avoided it for a while after hearing about it, because I expected a self-righteous written lecture about how to obey… Read More How about a resolution to Be Yourself? (a.k.a. – a Proverbs 31 post)
Mirrors. Like many people, I have a love/hate relationship with mirrors. I use one to apply my makeup, but ignore the tiny wrinkles at the corners of my eyes. I use one to style my hair, but carefully avoid looking at the grey hairs while doing so. I use them to adjust my clothing, but… Read More The horror of mirrors in movie theatre bathrooms
There’s a story behind this. Of course. It started with last fall’s challenge to myself. I wanted to improve myself, to do things I would not normally do, to work on making myself a better person. Sounds good, right? Well one of the things I did was join a gym and start going regularly. And… Read More My Mii is fat!
How do you picture yourself? In your mind’s eye, how do you look? Does what you envision match what you see in the mirror? My husband is a sociologist (pursuing his PhD), and a lot of things that his classmates talk about includes how people see themselves and others. A lot of the world’s problems… Read More On body image and beauty