Deveríamos ser como girassóis, voltar nosso rosto para o sol, a casa dia...
Assim não daríamos ligar às sombras, e emitiríamos sempre energia e luz. 💕
Haverá girassóis em todas as janelas! 🌻😍
I love this picture of me, from Oliver's baby shower 2017. I had been on bedrest for months, and I wasn't going to have a shower, in case he didn't make it to term. That fear was there every moment of my pregnancy, from the moment I woke up hemorrhaging during the second trimester. I didn't believe he would stick, my luck had been terrible, loss after loss, so I was braced for tragedy, and from all I read it was a coin toss. Half of the mothers online had children that survived and half had tragically lost their babies. Even when I see a show now about pregnancy dangers I remember what that felt like, that paralyzing fear. Of memorizing names of extreme cases of premature survival, to reference to ER doctors, should he have to come out months early, and listening daily to make sure his little heart still was beating. He is walking now and I feel so lucky. He survived the bleed, three nasty falls, an emergency c-section, and even that I could open my heart up enough again to love his father and conceive him was a miracle. In this picture the hope for what I have now, him alive and thriving, is visible. I feel I am glowing with love. He is the best thing I have ever done and I am just so lucky. #pregnancyglow#glow#pregnant#me#woman#selfie#fear#babyshower#pregnancy#lucky#natural#pregnancyproblems#throwbackthursday#subchorionichemorrhage#glowing#withmybaby#grateful#bedrest#motherandchild#motherandson#happy#blessed#writer#miraclebaby#singlemom#blossoming#blossom#selfportrait#love#nofilter
Day 83: Elegant zinnia (Zinnia elegans) 💖 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
📷 by @thervteenofficial
Zinnia elegans, known as youth-and-age, common zinnia or elegant zinnia, an annual flowering plant of the genus Zinnia, is one of the best known zinnias. It is native to Mexico but grown as an ornamental in many places and naturalised in several places including scattered locations in South and Central America, the West Indies, the United States, Australia, and Italy