Letter To My Sisters!
us grew up in a society and culture where we were taught and raised to
be conservative the way we dress and are constantly reminded to leave
the rest of our bodies imagination.
Most of us wore
jeans and shorts to the beaches because of what people will think of
us.. fair enough though; Trust me those teachings worked and have helped
shape who we are as Africans.
However, you grow into
your own person and begin to make your own decisions. Whichever way you
choose to live up to those teachings are your choice in as much as it
does not compromise your happiness and well being.
So before you begin to beat yourselves up and complain about your imperfections remember we are all not perfect.
Just like you, I have cellulites , just like you I have stretch marks, just like you, I’ve have nurtured two babies.
might not have the bodies of super models.. but Mark my words, each
and everyone of you are beautiful and amazing just the way you are.
Don’t beat up yourselves by the images of perfection portrayed on social
media, they are all plastic ( Sorry to all my plastic surgeons friends,
you guys do amazing job). You my darlings are beautiful Just the way
you are. 💘I’m embracing my flaws and imperfections. 👙
|Georgina and her daughters|