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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Being Bold

I've noticed since Mother's Day that I have definitely become more comfortable in accepting who I am. The first picture is one that I own and am wearing the others I am thinking about purchasing.  I'm making bold statements, via t-shirts, and feeling proud.  I'm beginning not to think so much about what others think or say, but I'm simply stating this is who I am.  The following t-shirts were purchase from CafePress:


What would you want on a t-shirt if you didn't care what other people think?


Anonymous said...

Love the "Straight, Christian, and for Gay Rights" shirt! (But I'm sure you could have guessed that.) I also like the "Size Zero" shirt.

I think if I were to make a t-shirt and didn't care what other people thought I think I'd make one that says "Just because I'm not skeletal doesn't mean I'm not in pain." The fact that people equate weight with suffering is what makes me angriest.

Wishing you well,

Clueless said...


I kind of knew which ones you would like the most. I like your saying.

Bayleigh Marie said...

Great shirts!! I went to the site and discovered there are many I like!

Sharon Rose said...

I like the first one. This is where my ministry focus is as a pastor.

I don't know what I would want on a t-shirt if I chose to put something on it.

I do know that finding myself comfortable in my own body is the best gift I have ever given myself.

J said...

"Yes i'm Christian and YES, I'm a Democrat!"

and of course, "republicans are going to hell!" LMAO!

Clueless said...


Love it just love it!!!!

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