Lydia Joy: A young woman who enjoys the company of her husband and daughter. Likes to do anything outdoors, eating, watching LOTR and GOT. She has her issues, but who doesn't? She's trying to be the best Lydia she can be. And she would be nothing without Jesus Christ.
Yes, my daughter is a beautiful child. I make a point to never just tell her she’s beautiful though, because she is also strong, smart, and silly.
Growing up I always told that I was a beautiful child. I’ll always remember the day my uncle wouldn’t stop talking about how beautiful I was and my aunt got mad at him, and when I was 10 years old my mom said “You’re getting a belly Lydia” and I started exercising almost all day every day, and started skipping meals.I’ll always remember my grandmother coming over to visit and with a big smile on her face she’d say “You’re so beautiful! and so skinny!”.
To some people it may seem like a dumb thing to complain about. But there is an awful, unnecessary pressure that comes with being told how beautiful you are at such a young age. I want my daughter and all the other daughters of this generation to know that they are so much more than beautiful.
Red Cape Diver // Foxy Shazam
I love this song. I use to think it said “Violence to penis” instead of “It fires torpedoes” Like someone was just punching some guy in the crotch.
Writing a message to my Aunt who is a lesbian and a English major. That message had to be so simple and so perfect all at the same time.
“Every girl is expected to have caucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama and doll tits. This is why everyone is struggling.”