In the final moments of summer, the sun shined on me.
So I decided to shine too. Although, it often seemed like the only parts that could shine would be the deep dark corners of my mind.
So I buried it deep, deep, deep.
Back, Back, Back in my mind.
I buried the pain, I buried the sweat. I buried it so deep that it receded back into the soil of my soul. Hoping to be forgotten — but instead these seeds of strength bloomed.
And in one swift moment. I flew.
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Now I don’t plan on making advertisements as a main body of my work, but I do love supporting small female run businesses so when I have a chance to shout out great vintage businesses, I will. I get offered to promote a bunch of crap all the time and I promise I will only promote a business on here if they follow two guidelines. 1) support ethical consumption of clothing and do not support fast fashion ie. sweat shop work and 2) cater to a large selection of body sizes including plus size ( hint: if I am a size xl in your company I do not want to work with you)