The woman on my label... well let me tell you about her. This is my mother in a photo taken when she was 19/20. This is an image that came to me in a dream when I was designing labels and what my look was going to be. It is a way to keep this 19 year old immortal and perfectly healthy. My mother was not alive to see me chase this amazing and insane dream but she is with me every step of the way. It's been 2 years and sometimes if feels like just last week. I dedicate this post to anyone that has lost a loved one to cancer. It is terrible way to leave this earth. So I'm making the best of what I learned from that whole experience. Mom, your time was a gift to all of us right until your last breath. #coloncancerawareness#naturalbodycare#organic#mom
These are the bracelets I am selling. The money will go to moms go fund me account. If you can't pay through moms go fund me, I have PayPal and The Bank of America app also. The price for each bracelet is $15 and that is including shipping cost if it has to be delivered to you. If you are interested, inbox me. These bracelets were put together by me, on my spare time. As soon as all of the bracelets that are pictured are sold, I will post another batch of bracelets to sell.
Please spread the word. If anyone who can help moms cause. Click on the link in my bio and it will explain more of moms cause and updates throughout her journey in fighting cancer. Thanks everyone😊❤💪 https://www.gofundme.com/b4dpd-my-moms-fight-against-colon-cancer
From s beautiful beautiful lady with a beautiful sole
touching from @mabgraves - #mabsdrawlloweenclub Day 13: Frankenstein. This is a special piece I’ve been wanting to do in some way since the beginning of Drawlloween. I think the impact of losing an organ is something that’s impossible to understand unless you have experienced it. I thought I knew what I was in for, but honestly, I had no idea. The organs I lost (uterus, ovaries, cervix, fallopian tubes) left me with very confusing feelings about my worth, my femininity and strangely, a feeling of physically valuelessness. The fight to keep them had whittled my body down to bones and quilted it with scars...it was hard to look at. The gentleness @laurencetheprince has shown me ceaselessly through our entire relationship is something that has been so beautiful, surprising and humbling to me. We didn’t know when we met that this would be my life...that we would have no family and that there would be years of overwhelming physical pain over even the softest touches. He didn’t have to stay. He didn’t have to make me feel beautiful and defend me when uninformed people would look at me and judgmentally suggest I “eat a cheeseburger” like the way I looked way my fault. I wanted to make this piece dedicated to all the girls out there who have lost organs. I decided my Bride here would have a colostomy bag because I’ve never seen this depicted with gentle grace in art. It’s time. The sweetness, insecurity, hopefulness, acceptance and love between these two was what I wanted to express. To all my #sickgirlsclub sisters out there: Your body is beautiful. You are truly, deeply beautiful to me and I am so proud to be a sister to each one of you. #crohnsdiseaseawareness#colitisawareness#coloncancerawareness#endometriosisawareness#frankenstein#brideoffrankenstein#colostomybag#mabgraves - #regrann