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when i saw this weeks topic, my jaw dropped. just the other day, i suppose because of all of the uneasy feelings i had while looking though photos of my teenage self, i had a conversation with my husband about how i feel like i look exactly the same, yet so incredibly different as i did as a teen.
teenage lauren, was so uncomfortable in her skin. she had braces. acne. and a giant nose. and kids are assholes, so she was made fun of, a lot. she just wanted to fit in, didn't we all!? and it never really worked out for her. she eventually fit in with her theatre friends and at some point that's all that mattered.
i started to own what i had in college because i realized that i could never change it. and a few years ago, i remember thinking for the first time that i was beautiful. that was a breakthrough and no easy task, but from then it's just been about remaining confident and owning what i've got... cause it's all i've got and if i don't love it how can i expect others to love it.
so here i am, no makeup, no hair product, no touchups. 3 or 4 years ago there is no way in hell that i would have posted this. so in that respect, i am pretty proud of myself.
April 5, 2010-- This sudden change in weather has been great for my tan lines, my attitude, and my wardrobe (I look much cuter in warm-weather clothes). However, the combination of the heat (which causes sweat) and this new makeup I'm trying mean my face is breaking out like crazy. Resulting in my feeling really unattractive, facewise.
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