I think Scooby is in love with Parchita. Fun facts: Parchita means “passion fruit in Venezuela” Parchita’s mom is Venezuelan and her dad is Spaniard, like Scooby. #lovewins 🐶😍🇻🇪🇺🇸🇪🇸 Creo que mi Scooby está enamorado de Parchita. Su mami es venezolana y su papi de España, como mi scooby.
Rainbow Revolution | Recently a friend asked me to find a rainbow on the streets of Canberra for her photo project @rainbowstreetsofoz. The project was her way of sharing ❤️💛💚💙💜 moments during a dark time, when the LGBTQI community is facing hatred, bigotry and the humiliation of asking people to consider them as equal. This post is for her and all those campaigning for 'Yes' vote to the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey. Leave a 🌈 if you support marriage equality.
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After dating for three years, gorgeous Charlotte and Hannah, from Somerset, UK, wed on October 3, 2016 after 18 months of planning! Could these brides be anymore stunning?!
Couple: Charlotte and Hannah
Wedding Date: October 3, 2016
So my recruiter told me I need to shed a few more pounds! I don't mind. I had set. H goal weight at 135 this entire time. Anywhooooo. Check it at how far came 😅 I feel Amaing 🙌🏽
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I’m inspired by the ways I’m seeing women leverage the energy of metoo in conversations that are real and honest. This is how to heal and unite in realness.
The conversation has amazed me, particularly the acknowledgement that it is not black and white and that blame only leads to more isolation from the issue than actually addressing it.
For me self betrayal and lack of understanding of the sacred nature of my body and how it has wisdom and is my responsibility to cherish is the main learning that has caused me much pain and suffering growing up in this culture. I don’t blame anyone for this lack of understanding in fact I am hugely grateful for my ability to be confused by something about being human - and a woman - and learning all I can about s subject.
I’ve learned about somatics and how our culture has mostly forgotten about their body besides to move it around a bit. I think this forgetting contributes to the sexual abuse we see in our culture.
I’ve learned about habits, how we form them and how we create ritual and ways that nourish our soul. I believe the forgetting of how to cherish our life creates soul loss.
I’ve studied in a red tent, learned from Jungian therapists that emphasize the soul work I’m passionate about and the infinite perspectives available around a complex human issue. In particular I studied shadow work and darkness as a result of over emphasizing light as our culture does and how the darkness can be resolved. Healing comes through awareness and sharing - but a shift in a cultural darkness will come by changing ourselves and taking new actions in the energy of love.
I’ve committed to helping my daughters learn how to navigate this world. I’ve written a book about how to feel the beauty of becoming a woman for when they get older. Now, I’m considering an additional conversation about how to set boundaries. It’s not about saying no, it’s about being able to act on your truth with your whole self in the moment. To not let fear win. This is a microcosm of a larger cultural yearning to be able to access what is real and act out of self love and respect.