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Beauty...

I was looking through my pictures to find one I wanted for a post and found this picture of my oldest daughter. I guarantee she hates it. I think she is beautiful. Her spirit shines through even when she is trying to act cool. At 15, it is all about the right hair, the right clothes, the right friends, and always being right. Such tough standards. I wonder if it makes her as tired as it did me? I hope she knows how very much I love her and that she is perfect and smart and beautiful. No matter what.

And then I found this picture and it made me think "ya, I guess she's handling the teenage thing all right!!" :)


Peace...

Trish

p.s. if anyone mentions this post to my dear, sweet daughter, she will freak out. So shhhhh....

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  1. OK, I won't tell her ;)

    She is beautiful :)

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  2. My daughter is getting like that. Making faces...but she's still a beauty.

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  4. Those pictures are too funny. Don't worry the post will be our secret LOL

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  5. Ah, teen angst..I remember it well! haha.
    She is too cute.

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