The difference a belt can make…

I’m working on my NYE outfit and pulled out this Vintage dress that I thrifted a while back…I love how good it feels on but I felt frumpy because it just draped over me…I looked like a supersized square. So I decided to add this yellow belt and BAM, I have a smokin’ hot outfit to wear tonight!!! Accessories and a pop of color always does the trick!!


A new wig and a thrift store dress!

Shopping with my birthday gift cards (my bday was Oct 14th)…my friends and fam threw a surprise birthday party for me… They really blew me away with the cake, food, bubbly, gifts..I had a blast. Anywhoo, I decided to wear this wig that I bought at least a year ago. Its called RIHANNA III …Its a bob, the back is totally short…so cute. My vintage dress was $1.75 at the thrift store. That was a good day!!

SAFETY FIRST…Wear your seatbelts, youngins…its the LAW!! LOL!>…. I was sitting at a light, I don’t promote snapping pics while driving!! heehee

Phatty or Fatty??

A year or so ago I was encouraged by a few pals to open up a blog…I have blogged for many years…primarily as an outlet or a place to dump all my thoughts and interests. I’ve journaled on Blackplanet, Xanga, Myspace, Chocolate Brides, Facebook and most recently here, on Blogger. Trying to find a title was a challenge… I thought of the majority of my friends and what audience I wanted to target. Most of my family can be described as thick, CHUNKY, chubby, BIG-BONED, fat, Healthy and the smallers ones would be considered curvy. I’ve NEVER been skinny, even when I was smaller I was still categorized as being a “THICK” chick…
On many of the social networking sites I would browse profiles and see women that I would consider small or thin referring to themselves as thick or curvy. They ranged from sizes 6-10 with a little booty and boobage but they called themselves thick.
Some would see me out and about and consider me morbidly obese because they would never want to be my size in a million years. I can imagine some women would rather drink clorox on ice than to be as big as me.
So the debate is; Should plus size women refer to themselves as curvy when society sees us as FAT??? Hmmm?? Both sides of the spectrum could argue this topic back and forth all day, whether or not these little video chicks with boobs and a pinch of badonk are curvy… and/or.. Are my fellow plus size divas PHAT or FAT?

After its all said and done, I am who I say I am. You are whoever you say you are…just like that chick who is a 12/14 but always claims to be a size 4/6…let her be whoever she wants to be. She may get the side eye and a twisted lip topped with a YEAH RIGHT but who really cares? Is there a blue ribbon and a trophy at the end of the day?? I think we are all guilty of sizing people up LITERALLY…I’m so over it…I can care less what you see when you look in the mirror…I’m all for positive self image regardless what the scale says. I’m all about promoting high self esteem and working your assets! Find that part of you that is your strength and bedazzle the crud out of it!! *2 snaps in a Z formation! HMPH!

Feels good to finally get this rant out of my system..DO YOU ladies..stop worrying about the next chick…last time I checked none of my naysayers were around when it was time to pay my bills so they can kick rocks in some flip flops!! Work what you have ladies, whether you have a little or a LOT…DO YOU!

So if you are pretty in the face but thick in the waist, SO BE IT! If you are small, big gut, flat butt or down with the itty bitty *itty committee, WERK IT!! I encourage you all to be healthy, eat right and be active but in the meanwhile while you continue to carry around those thunda thighs…BE FIERCE!! Folk gonna talk about you anyways, so you might as well love yourself anyhow!! *drops mic and switches off stage*