So, the last two entries were a little serious... thought I'd go a little humorous tonight and talk about BOOBS!!
Yes, we (women, and yes, some men) have them. They come in all shapes and sizes. I think I may have experienced all of them...well, except for maybe those super huge hang to your knees kind. But, I have had super huge ones (like a size E...thanks DJ for that experience). Flat, round, perky, melony, square, droopy, lopsided, wrinkly... you get the picture, right??
Right now, mine are a bit huge and not so perky. But, I do love them. Isn't that the point?? To love your boobs and everything else about yourself?? But, as I was dancing the other night with my boobs double strapped in sports bra paraphanalia I thought how much I hated sports bras. They tend to squoosh'em in and schmoosh'em up against your body. No shape what-so-ever. Yuck. If you've got boobs, you like to show'em off, you know?? And sports bras just don't do that. But, finding just the right bra for your boobs could take a life time. I am always on the hunt for a good bra and when I find one, I just buy several of them. And than WHAM, they change!! These suckers have been through so many changes I can't tell you how many different bras I have to try and keep them looking nice. I have 1 right now that I really love. That's it. I have some Victoria Secret ones that fit so nice in the dressing room but were so disappointing when I got home...I don't know...they just didn't do it for me. I've even been measured and tried several styles in the size I am supposed to be. But I still haven't found that Perfect Fit. Perhaps Oprah needs to go back into business so I can get properly measured and fitted with My Ultimate Bra!! Wouldn't that be nice:)
My boobs will never be young again but they will continue to comfort the very young and probably the old. Nice, soft cushions that they are..lol... I do enjoy them right now (especially when they are sitting nicely in that 1 great bra I have). I know they will never be back to that young and perky stage (that stage didn't last very long for me, how about you??) but I must embrace what my children have done for me!! To look on the bright side, I will never need a padded bra!! ha ha Besides, I think our boobs almost define who we are as women and make us who we are.
So, embrace them and show'em off...whether you're an A or an E:)
That's all I have to say about that:)
Good hubby comment of the day: tonight I watched him sit at the table with Kyra while she was coloring and he was really admiring her and all her cuteness...I was very touched watching their relationship (but, now I know why she has him wrapped around her finger)
Have a good night:)