Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Ich Liebe...

I love my eyes.  I love my hair.  I love my lips.  I love my thought-process.  I love my sense of humor. I love my laugh(s).  I love my passion.  I love my toes.  I love my tears.  I love my hands.  I love my extra-long tongue.  I love my strength.  I love my height (unless I'm at a concert - haha!).  I love my musical skill.  I love my ability to see the big-picture.  I love how that ability sometimes gets caught up when I'm in the moment.  I love my poetic side.  I love my smile.  I love my ghetto booty.  I love my spirituality.  I love my sarcastic wit.  I love my inner "hopeless romantic."  I love my "tough exterior" mode.  I love my bellybutton.  I love my eyebrows.  I love my boobs.  I love my intellectual capacity.  I love my stupidity.  I love my self-created awkward moments.  I love my need to help others.  I love my beauty.  I love my confidence.  I love my emotion.  I love my family.  I love my friends.  I love my leaders and teachers.  I love my Heavenly Father.  I love that I know I am His daughter.  I love Savior.  I love my knowledge of the Atonement, and my access to its power.  I love my articulation... and non-articulation.  I love my dreams.  I love my style.  I love my talents.  I love my heart.  I love my "take charge" mode. I love my need to make lists.  I love the planning side of me.  I love my love for reading.  I love my desire to write.  I love my freedom.  I love my personal boundaries.  I love my life.  I love my senses - my capability to smell, hear, touch, taste, see, and simply feel.  I love myself.

What do you love about yourself?  Do you take the time to notice all of the positives about YOU, rather than focusing on the negative?

Sidenote:  This entry was inspired partially by Jason Mraz's blog... Love him.  

Song of the Day:  In relation to my post today, I am recommending the song "Who Says" by Selena Gomez & The Scene.  I actually find the video somewhat ironic and farcical.  You have someone SO done-up with make-up and fancy, expensive clothing pretending to strip it away and telling you, "I'm no beauty queen..."  Truth is, I wish they had chosen to REALLY remove her make-up and fancy clothes (those jeans are at least $200), but I appreciate the message of the song and wish more girls would blow off the need to compare themselves to anyone else.  We all have things we're uncomfortable with physically or emotionally, but we are divine creatures... we should realize how blessed we are to simply be alive, and that we are beautiful by being who we were created to be... Enjoy.


Mindy said...

Uhm, two nights ago I dreamt you and Chance were dating. That's all. :)

Steffi said...

Thanks Linze, I´ll think about it! :-) Miss you.

Steffi said...

Thanks Linze. I´ll think about it! Miss ya.