Self Love

I re-posted something on Facebook about moms not worrying about how they look when they take pics with their kids. Because one day, those pics are all they will have. They won’t see the gray, or the love handles, or any other physical imperfections. But when I first saw this picture, my mind instantly went to self-criticism over all those silly things. And then I remembered the post I read. This picture is a cherished memory and moment. It’s a simple picture of unconditional love. Im definitely humbled as I am reminded of what’s important.

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2 Responses to Self Love

  1. Prior... says:

    Well said – and sometimes when I take pictures with flaws – I think of how nice I will think I look when I look at it ten years from now (if that makes sense)
    And nice photo – love the black and white

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