Don’t just look at me, see through the skin, the flesh, the bones and really feel me, not with your hands but with your mind and soul. I want you to know how strongly I feel and understand that I’m not a simple woman, but neither am I complicated. I’m an open book ready to tell you all you need to know to understand me. Don’t let biases and assumptions get in the way of knowing that what I say is true, I believe you can know me like no one ever has. I want to share myself with you entirely, that moment of eye contact we share while we do the mundane things that life requires connects us on a level that goes beyond our bodies and touches a part of me that can only be the soul. I want to be loved, but not put on a pedestal and adored, I want to be as one……not knowing the line of where one of us ends and the other begins. I am so much more than this body, the real me lies within……and waits to be awakened.
First off, I want to thank Lawrence D. Pryce for inviting me to participate in the #Pryce Body Language Challenge. I’d been seeing this hashtag and have been in awe of the incredible photos that have been a part of it. So for me being invited to take part is truly an honour.
When I chose one of the images Lawrence presented to me, I was taken with the set of her shoulders and tilt of her head. It’s the one that spoke to me the most. I have to admit that I’m a terrible pose maker/manipulator, I’ve tried my hand at both and have had very little success. So, I showed the picture to Olivia Lalonde of Le Poppycock to see if she was willing to try her hand at making this pose. Not only is she one of my featured designers who’s been with me since the early early days of my blogging, but she has become a great friend, and since she’s a fellow Canadian, we just click! Thank you, Olivia, it’s perfect!
This is the Coconut hair from Tetra.
Plus I’m wearing the ‘Soft Briefs’ from Stories&Co. by Flowey.
I’m using the projector for the lighting from LumiPro.
And finally, although it’s black and white, I’m wearing the ‘Raine’ skin in ‘miel’ tone from Avada on the ‘Lilo’ bento head from Catwa and the ‘Lara’ mesh body from Maitreya.