Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Photo Challenge Days 15-21

I feel like a failure lol... I haven't done this in a week. So here's a week's worth of pictures!

Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die
As if it wasn't already obvious, the one thing I want to do before I die is become a mom. I don't care about being a millionaire, having fancy things, or travelling the world. I would give everything up just to be a mom.




Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you
My little sister. No matter what comes her way, she is determined to succeed on her own. (She's the skinny one on the right)




Day 17 - A picture of someone who has made a huge impact on your life recently
She might be surprised to hear this, but the person that has made a huge impact on my life lately doesn't actually know me in real life. We are friends via blog and Facebook. Christina, from Mrs. O's Life, has been an amazing inspiration to me. Because of joining her PCOS group, I have found the help I needed to kick start my weight loss and start managing my PCOS better. Thanks, Christina :)



Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity
This definitely has to be my weight. I'm tired of being the size I am, having difficulty finding clothes, and missing out on summer fun like swimming because I refuse to be seen in a swimsuit right now.



Day 19 - A picture and a letter.
This one didn't make much sense, so... Here's a picture of a letter. Perhaps one of my favorite letters :)



Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel
I have a laundry list of places I want to travel. I didn't want to give you one of the usual answers, so I chose Antarctica. Hubs and I love penguins - and I'd love to see them in their natural habitat, not just the zoo.



Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget
Well if I had pictures, I wouldn't be able to forget, would I? If I had pictures, it would be of my ex-step-son, Mikey. The one thing I regret from the divorce was having to leave him. He was 17 months old when I met him. He started calling me 'Mom' before his mother, and to this day, there's not a moment that goes by where I don't miss him. It took me two years to finally delete the pictures of him from my computer. The last time I saw him, he was three and a half years old. He turns 7 this year.

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