Yesterday was my birthday. At 17:20 I turned 27, but I missed the moment because I was sleeping on a sun lounger by the pool. And if I was awake, I don't think I had any emotions. And by no means greater than all the beautiful moments lived yesterday.
In the morning I set off with my boyfriend and Bianca to the Greek Domain. It was my birthday and I wanted to spend it by the pool. Yes, in the middle of the week. I hadn't made any preparations before I left home, so I quickly tossed a few towels, a book, sunscreen, and I couldn't find my full swimsuit. I do a cursory search of where it should have been, but I can't find it. I argue a little because I have one full swimsuit and I quickly take one of the two pieces out of the drawer. Luckily I'm a ridiculous person and I don't have tiny swimsuits. Just before I go out the bedroom door, I find my whole suit. I quickly throw it in my bag and feel somewhat saved.
An hour later we arrive at the beautiful Greek Domains resort. I like the quiet of the week. I choose to wear the suit in two pieces and I was glad to find that it feels really light. It was normal, I only lost a few good pounds compared to last year. But you know what it's like - until you see, you don't believe. And to be honest, I was a little under the influence of some comments received at the most recent outfit post. Sometimes it is so hard for me to ignore certain unfounded accusations that I sit and wonder endlessly if maybe I have also become misunderstood. What should I do if I am a real and extremely sensitive cancer… I put them all in my heart!
But all these thoughts quickly evaporated by the pool while I was making plans for my real holiday in Greece for a week. I miss Greece so much and I can't wait to discover the island of Aegina!
My birthday was perfect. Lots of splashing in the water, caresses of the sun as we devoured the book "100 Days of Happiness" page by page and many messages from loved ones. I don't even know when it was 18:00 and we had to run to Bucharest to continue the party with the rest of our friends. The evening ended nicely, with a lot of laughter and special memories. I didn't even get to take many pictures, but that only means that I was more present there, which is another proof that it was very nice.
Today I woke up with a smile on my face. And I opened my laptop, and Facebook to read all the nice messages I received yesterday… and I came across the video below.
And I remembered that I live in a country where diversity is not only not encouraged, but even blamed. And not because a stranger really cares about "your health", but only because you are different and thus provide a topic for discussion. Aren't these promoted aesthetic standards that many people tend to strive for just to fit into the landscape? Why can't we have a picture full of different elements in which everyone has their place and there can really be harmony? Why instead of worrying about our own personal development and being inspired by the success stories that really matter, we care about how much space the hen in the neighboring yard takes up, and especially where that hen came from and how many grains she eats a day. ?
I wish you to be happy and feel beautiful!