1. asleepylioness:


Dearest Lioness,
As you know, this is not my first time submitting to you, and by no means am I a shy person, but sharing this moment of my life, is an immense hurdle for me… Ever since I became pregnant, I had to change my frame of mind in order to compensate my changing body. Though the change has been slow, and the weight gain very minimal, my mind has not been eased and I fear I’ll not be able to return to my pre-pregnancy body. You would think after 35 weeks (8 months) of being pregnant, one would get used to notion of her changing body… Yeah right!
I wanted to wait until I had a significant belly to share and take my own maternity photos. Although I have been waiting a long while, since my bump is so small for as far as I am. Attempting to be as classy and non generic as I could, this was one of my favorite shots.
I’m beyond grateful to have the ability to experience the growth of a human inside of me, but I’m ready to have my body back. Fingers crossed.
~ Jackie.

Jackie - i can’t tell you how incredible it makes me feel knowing you felt comfortable sharing this photo here. I can’t even imagine the hurdle this is for you but please know that I see one remarkably beautiful strong woman in this photograph. Fingers crossed that you and your baby stay incredibly healthy and that you’re as proud as you should be of your body afterwards. Many thanks!

    asleepylioness:

    Dearest Lioness,

    As you know, this is not my first time submitting to you, and by no means am I a shy person, but sharing this moment of my life, is an immense hurdle for me… Ever since I became pregnant, I had to change my frame of mind in order to compensate my changing body. Though the change has been slow, and the weight gain very minimal, my mind has not been eased and I fear I’ll not be able to return to my pre-pregnancy body. You would think after 35 weeks (8 months) of being pregnant, one would get used to notion of her changing body… Yeah right!

    I wanted to wait until I had a significant belly to share and take my own maternity photos. Although I have been waiting a long while, since my bump is so small for as far as I am. Attempting to be as classy and non generic as I could, this was one of my favorite shots.

    I’m beyond grateful to have the ability to experience the growth of a human inside of me, but I’m ready to have my body back. Fingers crossed.

    ~ Jackie.

    Jackie - i can’t tell you how incredible it makes me feel knowing you felt comfortable sharing this photo here. I can’t even imagine the hurdle this is for you but please know that I see one remarkably beautiful strong woman in this photograph. Fingers crossed that you and your baby stay incredibly healthy and that you’re as proud as you should be of your body afterwards. Many thanks!

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  6. huffingtonpost:

SeaWorld, as we know it today, is over. It’s only a matter of time. The company is finished. Here’s why.
1. The SeaWorld brand is now tarnished, at best. Toxic? Likely. The brand represents the torture of whales for an increasing population of concerned citizens. If you love whales (and who doesn’t), you don’t like SeaWorld.
2. Wall Street has turned on SeaWorld. The stock is down over the last year by 45% and $1.6 billion in market cap has evaporated. You can sometimes fight City Hall, but it’s nearly impossible to fight Wall Street. And Wall Street is done with SeaWorld.
For all the reason’s about the end of SeaWorld read the full article here.

    huffingtonpost:

    SeaWorld, as we know it today, is over. It’s only a matter of time. The company is finished. Here’s why.

    1. The SeaWorld brand is now tarnished, at best. Toxic? Likely. The brand represents the torture of whales for an increasing population of concerned citizens. If you love whales (and who doesn’t), you don’t like SeaWorld.

    2. Wall Street has turned on SeaWorld. The stock is down over the last year by 45% and $1.6 billion in market cap has evaporated. You can sometimes fight City Hall, but it’s nearly impossible to fight Wall Street. And Wall Street is done with SeaWorld.

    For all the reason’s about the end of SeaWorld read the full article here.

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  7. michaelswaney:

Miroir Noir

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Singled Out : Red [For Sale] by TreeCree

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    Singled Out : Red [For Sale] by TreeCree

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