Friday, September 07, 2018


This eye catching portrait is in the Detroit Institute of Art.  Conservative and unconventional in style, it depicts someone's daughter, sister, wife, or mother.  Her loved ones found beauty in the simplicity and honesty of this image.  We are all the apple of someone's eye, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  

From my beady little eyes, to my lumpy shape, to the flat spots on my butt, I know all of my flaws, exaggerate most of them.  Yet, some finds me pleasant to look at. 

Always remember:
You are beautiful, 
You are who you are,
Don't let other's standards shape how you think about yourself, 
Let it all hang out,
Enjoy life, You are fine just as you are! 



  1. for a moment, I thought that was a guy, not a girl!

    I have always thought you are cute; and obviously sweet bear loves your cuteness!

  2. I thought you were writing a piece about cross dressing through history. Are you sure this isn't Mr. William Allen? I missed the point, didn't I?
    I second Anne Marie on your adorable cuteness.

    1. I was thinking the same thing, about drag, I am hoping mistress Maddie sees this one,

  3. Yes I too thought this an early drag portrait