Ten.Seven.Eleven

The Life and Musings of a Quirky Southern Woman

validx2:

When i walk in the kitchen and see bacon on the table

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loveyourlines:

"I’m a mother of 3… I have learned to love my body, love lines included." The body of a woman is like none other. Submission by: @MZ_JANAY
We #loveyourlines!

loveyourlines:

"I’m a mother of 3… I have learned to love my body, love lines included." The body of a woman is like none other. Submission by: @MZ_JANAY

We #loveyourlines!

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loveyourlines:

"I’m 21 and I have always had stretch marks. And I was always taught to hate them but I’m getting passed that."

loveyourlines:

"I’m 21 and I have always had stretch marks. And I was always taught to hate them but I’m getting passed that."

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loveyourlines:

This strong woman stated “This is my body after having a baby 5 years ago. I’ve been pregnant since then and lost the baby, I put on 20lbs in the first trimester.”

loveyourlines:

This strong woman stated “This is my body after having a baby 5 years ago. I’ve been pregnant since then and lost the baby, I put on 20lbs in the first trimester.”

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loveyourlines:

This submission made us smile. It came along with this: “I acquired these at the ripe age of 13, first menses, 84lbs (super slim). No children. Just life. It took me forever to get used to my stretch marks when no one else did. This rasta man from back home (Virgin Islands) told me that lines on a woman’s body reminded him of filigree gold and it was a testament to the changes a woman’s body had been through. How could I not love my body after that? So here’s to me embracing my small filigree bootay.” We #loveyourlines!

loveyourlines:

This submission made us smile. It came along with this: “I acquired these at the ripe age of 13, first menses, 84lbs (super slim). No children. Just life. It took me forever to get used to my stretch marks when no one else did. This rasta man from back home (Virgin Islands) told me that lines on a woman’s body reminded him of filigree gold and it was a testament to the changes a woman’s body had been through. How could I not love my body after that? So here’s to me embracing my small filigree bootay.” We #loveyourlines!

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Cham...PAIN...Life

scholarshit:

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I’ve long argued the insanity of marking the moral compass of the Black community on the movement and activities of rappers. NOT because I think rappers are exempt from critique, but BECAUSE they are, for the most part, KIDS!

What other community of people makes their children their role…

yes!