Artist: Roger Colombik, David Janiashvili, and Dr. Ketevan Kinsurashvili .
Me Var… Revolutsia (I Am… The Revolution)
Photo (of Agnes) courtesy Roger Colombik .
Location: Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia
Me Var… Revolutsia, a collaborative public art project in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, appeared in downtown Tbilisi during the summer of 2005. The work was conceived and executed by artist Roger Colombik, designer David Janiashvili, and writer/historian Dr. Ketevan Kintsurashvili. It consisted of banners depicting children and the elderly, which were hung along Rustaveli Street, the principal boulevard.
Nothing but drool do I see 😂😂 I have two teething children this week. This little Queen is getting two and her big sister is getting the first two of her 2 year old molars. OUCH! Baby is drooling and slobbery and the 2 year old's whole world is crumbling around her. I would expect nothing less. #teethingbaby#teethingtoddler#motherhoodunplugged
You know what I love? I love driving all the way to the supermarket to find the 2 year old fast asleep to then turn around, drive all the way home and then the other siblings a.k.a spawns of satan decide to WAKE the 2 year old upon pulling into driveway. Sayonara 30 mins of Netflix and a coffee in peace. 😭🤦🏼♀️ #mumlife#defnotthuglife
I didn’t post this picture originally, because i was insecure about my smile. The reason I decided to post it is because I realize iiiiii don’t really have a problem with my smile, I’m concerned that other people may. Which is absolutely ridiculous, isn’t it? One of my huge goals for 2018 is to start seeing myself through my eyes and not imagining myself through the eyes of anybody else, no matter how significant they are, their opinion about me doesn’t matter. I will say, I am absolutely beyond grateful to have genuine people in my life who love every inch of me.
We gotta stop trying to be perfect, it’s unobtainable. Nobody is perfect, we do all know that right? Just because we admire something we see in someone else, doesn’t mean there isn’t something (maybe even that same thing) that they are uncomfortable or insecure about. It’s really a vicious cycle because if we all just loved ourselves for exactly who we are, we would be more open about posting the “not so perfect” photos and showing the world the truth. This is my truth, And this is my happiest smile! Why wouldn’t I want to share it ?