Have you ever looked in the mirror and said
Today, that happened to me and my first thought was "I really went to work out looking like this?"
I even got out my little eyebrow mirror to take a look from the backside.
My hair is nearly to my waist and I'm thinking...
WHOA! I sure don't want to accentuate THAT (my waist)!
But then again, if I cut my hair short enough to not accentuate my flaws
I would have a scab on the top of my head.
I love flaws, I really mean that and here's why.
There's just something so cute about a crooked tooth that your whole family has
There's something so cool about that forgetful bff who means the best but just doesn't follow through 100%
There's something so comforting about a crack in your nearly 100 year old home that it hasn't fallen down around in all those years
There's something so powerful about aged hands that can illustrate a mighty story
There's something so humbling about a soul who kneels each day to ask to do better
What I really love about flaws is that it seems that those who posses them try harder. They try harder to either fix them or rise above them and that makes them better people than those who only accept perfection as all there is to "be".
I know some perfect people and I say
"Power to the Perfect"
I say with more conviction
"More Power to the Not So"