Since the day my mom got her wings I have never been the same shirt, crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
This made me cry this morning, I miss some of the friends that I might have let down, but we become strangers, my mother thought I doubted her, but I just wanted to be, Since the day my mom got her wings I have never been the same shirt I gave up alot for her, I am sorry mom, I just wanted to experience living in a house with a father. Please forgive me
Since the day my mom got her wings I have never been the same design
Wow, it touched me; his sincere concern for us who have dreams! I learned something , make it a short term goal, not long term dream. Bits and pieces, achieve them, slow but sure! I agree with one of the comments, be gentle I loved this so much and watching this made me feel powerful as a woman. Since the day my mom got her wings I have never been the same shirt Sometimes we need a reminder of the strength we have inside and to just love our bodies and self as is Gina Hatzis so thanks so much for this!!! Had to share with all the women on my page!!!!! You rock and I think you’re the best friend I haven’t met yet lol. You’re so empowered and alive and so You!!! It’s amazing. Let’s connect.
Get your shirt and take it for ur sweet mom
what she said about the church is right. They do, constantly, try to hold back women. They have made the verses that God used to shine women on; as sinful. God adores women, God loves women, God knows how powerful women are; because He made them that way. If your church don’t hold women up to God’s standards, find a different church. I think those who are so outraged about the whole ‘sin’ comment completely missed the point she was making.
I believe that organized religion has long been a suppressor of sexuality… and there are many statements alluding to how women are perceived to be the weaker sex, particularly in Christianity ‘we are to be looked after by men’ they are supposed to cherish us! How about we cherish ourselves!!!. I wonder how many of these women would celebrate their bodies by belly dancing, for instance, in Western religious culture it has been equated with stripping, and even prostitution its considered sinful, but in reality is one of the most beautiful forms of feminine expression. My point is that however a woman decides to celebrate her femininity, there will be someone to