Having a sketchy history with my relationship with my body, you would think I’d try to avoid any judgement on my body.
But lets face it, we are all human, we all judge one another an ourselves. I know, life stinks.
Anyhow, instead of listing all the wonderful thing about my body (because lets face it, being all unicorns and rainbows about something is plain BS) and instead of berating myself I thought why not just do a fun pro/con on a specific body part. Today, I’m gonna zero in on my butt or as us poles call it, dupa!
Lets get the bad stuff out of the way first!
I’ll admit it, its got some cellulite. Dont ask me why, I’ve always had a little, even when I was an emaciated ass-less mess. Cellulite happens to everyone, and I’m only human and in no way apologizing for it.
Its still an “butt”. I know some people are “ass” people, but I personally don’t get it. I think the fact that they call them “cheeks makes me want to gag a little. I think its a body part thats hard to take seriously. I mean….its a butt!!! I mean it doesnt really serve for anything major like the heart or kidneys, and it can’t get cancer like your breasts or prostate. I can’t exactly skip work and say, “sorry, I broke my ass”.
Its not flat or teeny, but yet doesnt need its own zipcode. I think its perfectly proportioned!
This might be TMI, but its “firm” yet not rock solid (I really credit the “firmness” to my “chair” yoga poses). Its got just enough “squish” to make sitting comfy!
It looks good in lululemon yoga pants (but all butts do!) and lets face it, when it comes to butts, looks are everything
Alright, lets not be prude….Do you have any pro/cons about you butt? Stay tuned , next week, I’ll analyze a different body part!
Ok, I’ve been looking at my last couple of posts and realized I had a ton of desserts! So I bring some vegetable today, but they are slightly sweet…thats my compromise!
- 4 large carrots peeled and chopped (I made my “star” cutouts but trust me, they take time, feel free to use baby carrots as well!)
- 1/4 cup orange juice (I used fresh squeezed)
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1 tablespoons butter
- 1 pinch salt
- Place carrots in a shallow saucepan, and cover with water. Boil until tender. Drain, and return carrots to pan.
- Pour orange juice over carrots, and mix well. Simmer over medium heat for about 5 minutes. Stir in brown sugar, butter, and salt. Heat until butter and sugar melt. Tada! Spectacular carrots!