Guys, look! A little jiggle! You can see her skin bunch up when she moves! She looks real and healthy! And you know what else? She looks damn fab.
Yessss! She’s gorgeous!
Can this be a new thing? Please?
This needs to be on everybody’s dash
Always reblog ❤
Before coming on this website, I never thought I had body issues. But being on here I have learned so much and have really come to appreciate my body in a way I never did before. I’m 5’10” and 180lbs and look similar enough to this girl here. The miracle is that I saw this girl and thought, “God, she is gorgeous” before realizing that A) this was a post about positive body image and B) before realizing that she actually kinda looks similar to me. Becoming aware of those thoughts shocked me, and for the first time I think I am truly appreciating my body for what it is: an amazing evolutionary construction that supports me in all the ways that I need. My body is pretty fucking awesome. I’m a fandom blog, but every once and a while posts like this would show up on my feed, and I didn’t realize how much it has effected my thinking until now. It truly is important to be aware of what you are putting into your brain. Thanks tumblr.
About a week ago I went on a random road trip with my roommate (as I usually do) and as I was going along Lake Erie I came across Oregon, Ohio. Unfortunately it was not the Oregon I have been dreaming about seeing in person every time I come across its pictures on Tumblr, but it was enough to remind me to add it to my wanderlist.
With picture perfect sceneries thanks to its various landscapes that range from Forests to Prairies to Volcanic Mountain ranges to Pacific coastlines and its many, many waterfalls in between, it can be an adventure just waiting to happen. It can also be a historical tour if you let it as it was the home to many indigenous tribes, as well as trades men, soldiers, and settlers claimed it on their exploration of the west.
Also, thanks to Wikipedia I discovered that Free Willy, The Goonies, Animal House and Stand by Me were all shot in Oregon. Even the creator of The Simpsons has incorporated references from his hometown of Portland, Oregon into the show, which would be fun to try and find them all.
Oregon is also home to Crater Lake National Park; once a collapsed volcano, it is now filled with Chrystal blue water surrounded by Rocky Landscapes and Forestry. There is also the famous Crate Lake Lodge where you can relax with all the accommodations and relax a bit in a hole of tranquility.
Oregon has even kept the Wild West alive and well and as I am a country girl at heart this makes me a little bit excited. Discover USA says “The spirit of the West is alive and well in Eastern Oregon, where snow-capped peaks look down on rolling hills, deserts and wild rivers. It’s a land of breathtaking beauty, including the magical Painted Hills near John Day, the colossal Steens Mountains and the jaw-dropping Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America.” Here if you look in the right places you can still see cowboys and cowgirls watching over their herds of cattle.
Oregon’s nature has so much to offer with its hundreds of trails and sites to stop and just breathe in the fresh air, I’m not even going to mention its cities. This is a place to forget how busy you were and just stop for a while and remember to start living.
p.s sorry this is so late!! Computer problems are a nightmare for a blogger.