I need that poster on my wall.bisousSuzanne
Oh love that first image!! So true and it captures perfectly. Allie of ALLIENYCwww.allienyc.com
I'm sure that poster and caption carry a very important affirmation for you and for your nearest and dearest Ally.
When at my Mom's, a came upon a cache of all my report cards from 3rd grade through HS. How I remember myself then, and the teachers' comments were so vastly different. I'm glad my parents let me carry on as I was, instead of trying to mold me into something I was not. (I'm sure this will resonate!) I was a very lucky child/teen.
Lucky you! My mom was chief of the Gender Police.
Love your pictures Ally.I think the biggest problem is when the reflection you see in the mirror is the other way around! So often we are forced to believe we are not as strong / competent / do not have potential as we are/could be because people want to control us and are scared that we could turn our better than them. Sad fact about human nature.
I agree -- and thought the same thing.
That poster says so much in a few words. xoxPattihttp://notdeadyetstyle.com
What a fun trip down memory lane. I remember seeing that poster in multiple schools, libraries and other public places when I was a child (80s/90s). Thank you for the fun share - its message is timeless and holds just as true (if not more so) nowadays.♥ Jessica
right, right, xx Bing.