I had to reblog this precious woman’s story, as it is my own, as well. Make sure to check her out!
The power of choice is immense. My favorite saying through the course of my treatment was: We can’t choose what happens to us but we can choose who to be in spite of it. I’m not saying that all my choices have been right at all but what I am saying is no matter what […]
via CHOICE — Faith Over Fear
when it’s time kneeling, bowed head nothing uttered all felt … describing life and its merry dance of thieves and joys pockets picked, cheeks pinched the rosy after-glow of loss and gain … shaken out blankets beneath trees mystery of indentations past and present who lay watching nests built careful and with slow deliberation … […]
via Afterlife — TheFeatheredSleep
HippyChic here. I had to share her talent, and it is my hope you take as much joy as I do from the magic of her prose.
This is a reblog from my one of my favorite bloggers. I am sharing it in hopes that it will touch just one little girl, one mother, one hospital patient. At seventeen, I was almost hospitalized as I weighed 73 pounds-and that was with hockey pucks stuffed in my socks, underneath heavy sweatpants.
I am hopeful, and keep the faith I have in God that one day I will eat more than one meal a day. I also pray that we (those with severe eating disorders) can one day look at ourselves in the mirror and see strength, beauty, wholeness.
I will treasure this writing, frame it and place it right next to my floor length mirror~