Butterfly

I was thinking about this hairstyle and how the cocoon flourishes into a bodacious, lively curl and the thought of it made me think about parallel happenings in my life.
 I'm starting on a new journey(grad school at Columbia) and I'm ready to blossom. Final touches are going on in this cocoon.
Background:
My body sometimes acts quite strange and thinks I'm not healthy so it flames up in spots. One day the knees, the next spine and fingers, on a Thursday, just the wrist. This confusion makes me walk funny and leaves a rash on my cheeks and temples. A cross between rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Big, weird words.
 Butterfly.
 I believe that as my wings spread and God carries me, all pain will be gone and my body will no longer be tethered to an auto-immune disease. I believe it on the best & worst days.

How have you learned how to fly?

 Hair- This is a cocoon curl set that I did a couple of days before my previous post. I kept 10 cocoons in for two days before unraveling and fluffing into a style. Read my hair story.
Hasta Pronto.

8 comments:

  1. Wow,your hair looks beautiful. I've never heard of that style before,I might try it out when my hair is a longer.
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  2. Nice hair
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  3. your positive outlook to ur health is so inspiring. keep it up! its only temporary. And THAT HAIR.... *drooling as always*
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    1. Thank you Fola! This made my night

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  4. I have the samme issues as you (between rheumatoid arthritis and lupus) but still don't exctly what this is! Only faith can help us keeping up with it. I hope we'll be done very soon with it. Keep in touch

    xo. TDVR
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    1. Thanks for commenting..uplifting & I know you'll vogue right through it too ;]

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