get urself some friends who will wait in line for 15 minutes - despite being hungry - just for u to hold some little flying friends before it was their bedtime
don’t let my smile fool u, i took this immediately after apologizing to my sweet corn for letting her get burnt )):
hi i saw a sunflower on my walk w lily so it’s already a good day, i hope ur day is going well too!! 🌻
here is a 24-hour Gem for u all because it will make my friends laugh and they r my world
ahh i am trying really really hard to love myself and see the small beauties of my daily life. and despite struggling often, i am doing my very best and i am so proud of myself. idk what the point of this post is except to announce that it’s hard sometimes but that’s ok. i hope u enjoy the rest of ur day, my lovely pals. plz don’t forget to do something for **you** today, whatever that may be. i am proud of u for waking up today
hi i’ve been thinking about this past weekend a lot and i just want to express how important having a sense of community is. since pride season only comes along once a year, it’s really easy (for me, at least) to forget how impactful it is to be surrounded by such a diverse crowd of people - in sexualities, identities, races, genders, etc - yet still feel so comfortable because i know that there is a general common desire among us all - to love ourselves, all of ourselves, and to appreciate all kinds of people. although i am by no means a person who surrounds my entire life around my gender identity, i do recognize that it has grown to be a vital component of my mental development - aside from all the obvious aspects - and has shaped a lot of who i am today. and i am not going to say that i’m glad that i’m trans or that i wish that i wasn’t because this is just how it is. and despite being proud to be a trans POC, for me, it’s neither good or bad, it’s just one of many things that make up who i am. and i’m really learning to appreciate the person that i have grown, and am continuing to grow, into. i’m not too sure where i’m going with this but thank u for reading, i hope ur day has been fantastic
can you see the happiness?? 🏳️🌈
ahhhh an avid succulent collector
spideyboy comin’ at ya to say that i hope u all have a super lovely rest of ur day. plz stay safe & don’t forget to hydrate. also thank u to my mom for taking these photos
yesterday was my first time going on radiator springs and i’m telling you guys ,, it’s wheely a great ride ,, you auto try it sometime
ahh a trip to remember!! (ps the full video is in my bio)
SO it’s taken a minute for me to really take the time to acknowledge how anxious i get being shirtless in public, especially when i’m alone. admitting to myself that i have this fear took so much out of me, because it made me feel like i was taking a step back in my transition - being fearful of being publicly proud of what i’ve worked so hard to achieve and wanted for so long. but eventually it got to a point where i’d go to my favorite places, and all i’d be thinking about is how everyone would stare, how i would react if someone interacted with me, if someone questioned me. i feel like expressing these passing thoughts is taboo, even within the trans community because we’ve come so far, and we want to keep going forward - we don’t have time for doubt. but it’s so so important to recognize these fears, to express them, to support one another, to empathize with each other in any way that we can, even if it’s not always as joyful as we want it to be. i am still learning to love my physique. even after surgery, i am still learning to be confident with the body that i have; i am still valid. i am still learning to love myself and that is a-ok!
my friends are so talented WOW i am so proud of you guys 💓💓
transparency! i have never been very fond of my facial features because i always feared they were too “feminine.” but hey, here i am embracing my gentle physique to match my gentle mannerisms
time to take care of yourself, my friends!
for me, self-care looks a lot like reading on my balcony surrounded by my plants, the sound of the birds, and my dog - all whilst being shirtless, of course.
whatever self-care looks like to you, it’s time it’s time it’s time it’s time! time to appreciate yourself the way you want others to appreciate you. time to view yourself in a similar light of anybody you adore, because guess what! you deserve love and appreciation and care just as much as i’m sure you believe they do!
you! matter! just! as! much!
incessantly smiling as a result of being shirtless with my best friend and my lovely pup at my favorite place. i will always be filled with so much gratitude towards my ability to feel the wind on my bare chest. i have worked so hard to get to where i am today - both physically and mentally - and although i will always strive to better myself, i am honestly just so proud of how far i’ve come from the person i used to be. i deserve this
my hair is a reflection of me. i too am a disaster but somehow still pretty lively ??!