My thoughts on Seember’s thought-provoking “What Makes You Loveable?” inspired this post.
My self-love started when I realised that seeking validation from others was not absolutely necessary.
I love how when I make an extra effort to upgrade myself, appearance-wise, character-wise and skills-wise, I am sensitive enough to notice an improvement and give myself a pat on the back.
I love my child-like glee when I realise that God has answered a casually mentioned prayer.
I love how I dance shamelessly in my car, regardless of who is watching, when there’s a “correct” song playing on the radio.
I love my loud, hearty, no-holds-barred laughter.
I love how I enjoy paying people compliments, their smiles really warm my heart.
I love how I genuinely empathize with people.
I love my DIY skills, Heck! if I can do it myself, I’m not paying anyone to do it for me.
I love my sense of self-sufficiency.
I love how I appreciate the little things…
Well, here’s my self-declaration, with no narcissistic undertone whatsoever,- Gosh! I really am so loveable 😄
“It truly starts with oneself, there’s just a certain way you’d carry yourself that will make it hard for anybody else to not fall in line” – Seember
I agree with this perspective, your self-love should radiate so blindingly that people will need to put on their dark Ray-Bans and conform, lol.
Anyway, this gorgeous fabric that I recently purchased is totally feeling itself. It’s a soft lace in the most demure ivory colour that will make even the most aloof bride giddy with excitement. The pretty floral pattern literally made my heart skip a beat the moment I saw it, and I cannot wait to show you what I plan to sew.
So, what makes you loveable to YOU? 🙂