Monday, June 9, 2014

I am beautiful

So the following is going to be extremely vain... I get that. But sometimes a girl needs to whine a bit. 

Beginning of last week my hair started falling out. We aren't talking little tine strands. Like seriously, one side on the back of my hair is almost bald. It's coming out in chunks each time I wash my har, brush my hair, breath...

Apparently it has to with the anesthesia I was under during my surgery a couple weeks ago. Hair isn't exactly vital to life, so your body says, let's not worry about holding on to it for a while. Apparently this is just supposed to be a couple months and then it will start growing back, but in the mean time?? Ughhhhh!!! 

This got me to thinking about myself in other aspects. Things I don't like about myself our I would change.
Loose weight and remove all these baby roles are definites. 

I think most women probably have a list a mile long of things they would change about their appearances. 

I don't believe there is anything wrong with desiring to improve yourself. The problem lies in our obsession with perfection. 

Diet pills and drinks and work outs and eating disorders endless things we obsess about to make ourselves perfect. 

Where do we draw the line? 

Let's just get one thing straight. Go on right now and get it through your head that you will never be Beyonce, or any of these other ridiculously beautiful celebrities. Because they aren't real! They work out like a million times a day and they are still photoshopped in magazines. 

Can I tell you the secret?

The secret is to start believing in yourself. 

To start loving yourself no mater your color or size or how much hair is falling out of your head at the moment. 


You are fearfully and wonderfully made. 

Jesus loves and desires you. He thinks that you are breathtakingly beautiful. After all, he created you. 

So you want to improve yourself? That's fine. But stop with the obsession, don't buy into the hype. There is so much better for you. 

"You're beautiful, every little piece, love, and don't you know you're really gonna be someone, ask anyone" 

What is Paigerific? I’m glad you asked, although I don’t have an exact definition to offer. Paigerific is my thoughts and my heart. Paigerific is my passion and my fear. Paigerific is my success and my failures. Paigerific is my blood, sweat, and tears. Paigerific is more than just simply word. It’s a million different words all rolled into one. Words like hope, grace, determination, imperfection, love, faith, insecurity… The one word I would use to describe myself? I am Paigerific.


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