Evening. So today the Mr and I went shopping and I have a mini incident where a small group of girls bumped into me and they told me to “watch where you’re going fat bitch”. I can’t help but feel honoured that they shared the same oxygen as me. What makes people so nasty? At the end of the day I might be fat, I can change that but a personality of ‘bitch level DEFCON’ you cannot! Inevitably it’s that type of girl that was popular at school and continues to be for a short while until her friends see through all that, grow a pair and make new nicer friends!
Anyway, I went into a couple of stores looking for a dress as I want to model a few shorter things as it’s not something I’ve done before but more plus women are doing it so I thought I would too! I had an accident just over a year ago now which has messed my legs up badly and left them bruised and misshaped but maybe people will not notice that? Unless there is some amazing cream out there that can help make the skin firmer in those areas? A good cream. We didn’t buy much and I couldn’t really find anything I wanted so I purchased a dress on ebay, which if doesn’t work out I can just re list the item and sell on.. However I did by a hair heat brush roller that gives your hair volume, I hasten to add that this is an amazing product and I am over the moon with it, but I did ask my other half for some pics and I attach a couple for you all to see what I look like, including an almost full length shot!
I still avoid mirrors except of my face as I don’t like to see what I look like so I need a massive self image overhaul. Anyone know a decent self confidence boosting technique or practitioner that can assist me with this? It’s a hue deal going into stores still, knowing the assistants are possibly eyeing me up wondering what I will try to purchase and whether it will actually fit me. I felt that today in Dorothy Perkins, it’s so not the place to be but I really hate shopping online because I can’t see or feel the item I am buying. I need a fashionable store like Primark to stock bigger clothes and staff members of plus size to help those in a situation like me. Anyway, the Starbucks we shared more than made up for the experience in Dorothy Perkins!