Wednesday, October 17, 2012

I'M PROUD OF MY SIZE!


Rachele from The Nearsighted Owl has started this lovely revolution... a revolution that enables fatties allover the world to feel beautiful... a revolution that encourages big, beautiful women to go to the beach and not feel ashamed to wear a bathing suit.

"All sizes are beautiful! Don't be ashamed of your number or keep it from living your life and doing what you love. There is no perfect or wrong size. It doesn't determine our worth and nobody has the right to judge someone's health by their size. So let's show the world that every size can be happy and that we are not ashamed!"
(Rachele, The Nearsighted Owl)

I am Proud of My Size. I am proud to finally feel comfortable enough in my own skin to walk around the house naked (when the boys are at school of course), look at my lovely curves in the mirror NAKED, and make love with the lights on. I feel so liberated!

Society has decided that in order for me to be "healthy" I must weigh 143 pounds.
143 pounds?!?! I haven't weighed that little since I was in junior high school. I don't feel unhealthy. I still jog and play with my children; I still work and walk up and down the bleachers at the boys' football games. That's not unhealthy is it?

Let's encourage eachother to love our bodies. Do things naked (responsibly)! Wear bathing suits! Make love with the lights on! Put up your middle finger and salute society in defiance! Let them know that we are FAT and we are FABULOUS!!

I didn't have anybody available to take full body shots this time so I did the best that I could!

I LOVE this outfit!
Floral Print Dress: Old Navy
Denim Leggings: Torrid
Brown Suede Boots: Payless

I was just playing around with some editing!

Have a lovely day and join us... be PROUD OF YOUR SIZE!




20 comments:

  1. I always hated people who pull out the health card when it comes to someone else's weight. No, you don't care about their health, you just feel uncomfortable about their size and are using a socially acceptable reason to justify it.

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    1. I find it incredibly hypocritical that society deems it acceptable to criticize size based upon the "health card" yet other criticisms are "not politically correct."

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  2. Beautiful women come in all shapes and sizes, it's true!

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    1. Aawww... thank you so much! You're such a sweetheart!

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  4. LOVE THIS!
    Chubby Girls cuddle better anyways! :)

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  5. This post made me smile. We need more ladies like you in the world!! Your "Do things naked (responsibly)!" cracked me up in a major way! Hehe.

    You are beautiful and I'm glad you know it! =)

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  6. Hi Sarah!
    Thank you so much for following my blog, I am returning the favor ;)

    This post is wonderful and I especially love your boots!

    Take care,
    Qaroline
    http://qarolinesqonundrums.blogspot.de/

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  7. While I am trying to lose the baby weight, I do agree with this post. Even at my skinniest I was still wearing size 12 in jeans. I have a naturally...well, huge ass haha.

    Following you back!

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    1. Lol... I have a naturally "huge ass" too!

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  8. Dear Sarah,
    Thanks for visiting my blog today! I noticed your PNW button in the side bar. What part of PNW do you live? I'm from PDX and miss it tons. If it wasn't for hubby, I'd move back. At least I can visit. :o) Esther Norine Designs

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  9. Some of the most unhealthy people I know are also some of the skinniest. Size sometimes has no relation to one's health.

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