Every time I look at
I want to
from the petal on the
But I always decide to
I see it as
that make us
that show we have
to reiterate was
I just said:
My scars tell a story. They are a reminder of times when life tried to break me, but failed. They are markings of where the structure of my character was welded.
- Steve Maraboli -
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lovely image and lovey words - I wear my scars with pride; they are my testimony.ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing with us at Photo Friday!
I know what you mean about making the flower 'perfect'. And I certainly understand how you feel about scars. We all have them, but knowing they are a sign that you are a survivor makes all the difference in your attitude.ReplyDelete
That's lovely - what a gorgeous shot! Full of lovely light, and you show the delicacy of the flower so well.ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/12/beautiful-saint-maarten.html
So pretty! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!
What a lovely poem, we all have a few scars to show #CreativeMondaysReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning image!ReplyDelete
That's a beautiful image and words Linda,ReplyDelete
I once said how unhappy I was about wrinkles starting to appear and a young girl said but they show how much you've laughed and the journey you've made so far. Wise words from someone so young.
Have a wonderful week ;D
That is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I'm a breast cancer survivor who's been widowed twice. Like all of us, I know that our scars are not just on the outside but the inside as well.ReplyDelete
So lovely and inspirational! Thank you so much for sharing this encouragement at Friday Frivolity!! You're amazing!!ReplyDelete