"That’s the problem with putting others first..
You’ve taught them you come second."

— e.s.   (via thatkindofwoman)

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thepsychmind:

Fun Psychology facts here!

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curvy-book-goddess:

voluptuouscara:

mastercrowley:

voluptuouscara:

her-daddy-her-wolf:

crookedhalo78:

maybme33:

curvy-book-goddess:

U r beautiful!

If only it were that easy!

Beauty comes from within. Put a smile on your face and slide forward with confidence. Your beauty will be undeniable for all to see. And if they don’t see it? Who needs them anyway?

You’re so beautiful baby

If only it were that easy.  In the past two years, I’ve slimmed down from 325 lbs to 216 lbs, and the thing I’m constantly reminded of, when I look in the mirror, when I go to buy clothes, is that I’m still fat.  I lost just over a hundred pounds and I’m still fat.  I don’t get a pat on the head for losing the weight and keeping it off, I get a, “What, do you think you’re done losing weight?”

Perhaps you need the right Dom, who will make you stand before him naked, and make you walk around the house naked or at least topless ; because he enjoys your beautiful body and the gentle sway of your breasts and backside as you move; and NEVER allow you to say or think anything negative about you or your beautiful body ! You want to loose more weight ? Good ! But YOU are Beautiful, and he intends to erase anything negative someone else has put in your thoughts. Now - - Strip !

The “What, do you think you’re done losing weight?” is from society in general rather than from a sex partner. Although if I got less of that, I might like myself more & maybe HAVE a sex partner.

Just wanted to stop by and tell you that I’m in the same boat as you, lost some weight, but gained mine back afterward. cuz I lost weight then nothing happened. There were no hot men standing in line wanting to be mine, no hot stares from across a room telling me with their eyes that they wanted to see me cuffed up and naked.. It sucks, its hard. I have to tell myself everyday that I believe in myself and that I am me. I am the way I am, because that’s how I am supposed to be. Yes there is some crying involved some days and some self loathing every now and again. Which happens to suck big, hairy donkey balls when that happens. And yes i get into funks of ‘why cant anybody love me crap. But i try and remember that, hopefully, somewhere out there my king is waiting. Cuz who wants a Disney prince when you can have a king and be their queen?

Normally I tend to delete excessive dialogue when I re-blog, but THIS…I get it.  

curvy-book-goddess:

voluptuouscara:

mastercrowley:

voluptuouscara:

her-daddy-her-wolf:

crookedhalo78:

maybme33:

curvy-book-goddess:

U r beautiful!

If only it were that easy!

Beauty comes from within. Put a smile on your face and slide forward with confidence. Your beauty will be undeniable for all to see. And if they don’t see it? Who needs them anyway?

You’re so beautiful baby

If only it were that easy.  In the past two years, I’ve slimmed down from 325 lbs to 216 lbs, and the thing I’m constantly reminded of, when I look in the mirror, when I go to buy clothes, is that I’m still fat.  I lost just over a hundred pounds and I’m still fat.  I don’t get a pat on the head for losing the weight and keeping it off, I get a, “What, do you think you’re done losing weight?”

Perhaps you need the right Dom, who will make you stand before him naked, and make you walk around the house naked or at least topless ; because he enjoys your beautiful body and the gentle sway of your breasts and backside as you move; and NEVER allow you to say or think anything negative about you or your beautiful body ! You want to loose more weight ? Good ! But YOU are Beautiful, and he intends to erase anything negative someone else has put in your thoughts. Now - - Strip !

The “What, do you think you’re done losing weight?” is from society in general rather than from a sex partner. Although if I got less of that, I might like myself more & maybe HAVE a sex partner.

Just wanted to stop by and tell you that I’m in the same boat as you, lost some weight, but gained mine back afterward. cuz I lost weight then nothing happened. There were no hot men standing in line wanting to be mine, no hot stares from across a room telling me with their eyes that they wanted to see me cuffed up and naked.. It sucks, its hard. I have to tell myself everyday that I believe in myself and that I am me. I am the way I am, because that’s how I am supposed to be. Yes there is some crying involved some days and some self loathing every now and again. Which happens to suck big, hairy donkey balls when that happens. And yes i get into funks of ‘why cant anybody love me crap. But i try and remember that, hopefully, somewhere out there my king is waiting. Cuz who wants a Disney prince when you can have a king and be their queen?

Normally I tend to delete excessive dialogue when I re-blog, but THIS…I get it.  

iamamusicjunkie:

Alison Krauss & Union Station - I’m Gone 

LOVE LOVE LOVE AKUS…I actually own all but 2 of their albums & that’s because they’re out of print.

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leftcoasttorightcoast replied to your post “responding to your ‘left side-right side’ post, being Left-handed, I get the Colorful Side!!! :-) x0x0x0x”

Lady YOU Are AWESOME!!!, I was hopeless at math, but I trained my son (right-handed) while I had the chance with simple math tests, counting from an early age. In School they would give him extra work or move him up a class, he was Great.

The Biker NEVER did anything with our boys regarding school.  Not even listening to them reading out loud.  That was my “job.”  I hope your son remembers those days spending time with you and passes that on when he has kids of his own. 

leftcoasttorightcoast replied to your post “responding to your ‘left side-right side’ post, being Left-handed, I get the Colorful Side!!! :-) x0x0x0x”

I Fix Cars. (or I did.) lol

I grew up playing with wrenches & sockets before Barbie dolls. *LOL*  When I met The Biker, I had bought my first car from my father…a 1971 Chevy long/wide pickup…I was taking the body molding off, filling holes, smoothing, Frenching in the antenna, and dressing her up…on my days off from my job.  I was 19. :)

leftcoasttorightcoast said: responding to your 'left side-right side' post, being Left-handed, I get the Colorful Side!!! :-) x0x0x0x

I’m right hand dominant…have always been jealous of my boys being ambidextrous.  My oldest in Kindergarten used to crack his teacher up…coloring on two different parts of a page at the same time, inside the lines…she’d give him a steno pad and he’d start the sentence on the left side, get to the center line and finish the sentence with his right hand.  

I was tested for right/left brain dominance years ago when they tested my IQ…I use my right brain 53% and my left brain 47%.  I really enjoy math…that’s evident in my Pharmacy Tech classes & in High School I actually considered Accounting for a career because it was my best class (used to help the teacher grade because I stayed about 7 chapters ahead of my class and had nothing to do). Considered Law and Forensic Science, too.  :)  

But I’m extremely creative - painting (acrylics & watercolors), drawing (colored pencils, charcoal, pastels, COPIC markers), sewing (clothes & home decor), quilting, embroidery by hand, sculpting (I enjoy playing with paper clay), & writing.  I also love playing with stamps, making cards, decopauge, refinishing/re-purposing furniture, & mixed media/altered art.

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