Just Be Who You Are!

Just Be Who You Are
I am a girly girl to my core. I sometimes look in the mirror and I say to myself, hmmmm maybe I should try something different. Have you ever said that to yourself?  As women we are very diverse. Some of us love to accessorize. Our accessories can be anything up to and including jewelry, clothing, make-up or hair.

The girly girl in me was screaming try something new and different. So, I executed my hmmm and tried an accessory I’ve never tried before, a custom wig. It was really fun trying the new accessory and I liked it in the moment. However, as the day went on my inner girly girl was saying you stepped out of your comfort zone, the experience was great, you like this new look and eventually you’ll get use to it. But it’s wayyyy too much for you LOL! As I continued getting use to my new accessory something happened. I began to have a burning sensation in one area of my forehead. I shrugged it off for about an hour. The burn was getting more intense and I began to feel sick. I am thinking what is going on? Am I having an allergic reaction?!! OH NO…I have to take off my new accessory? I just got this accessory! The burning sensation accompanied with pain was getting pretty bad and it was moving across my forehead, I don’t want it to get any worse. Soooo, I have no choice I must remove my accessory. In the midst of the removal of my accessory, I smiled. My hmmmm made me realize something about myself. I am a very simple girly girl. Have you ever tried an accessory and realized it looks great on other women but it’s just not for you?

You know what ladies. I am extremely happy and content with being a very simple girly girl! I’m actually laughing at myself. In the back of my mind I always knew I was a simple girly girl. But as a woman you see new accessory styles and you become intrigued to try them. My intrigue reassured me it’s ok to be who I am no matter how simple and reconfirmed it is great to sincerely applaud another woman’s pizzazz while being confident and secure within yourself.

The women reading this blog range from the simple girly girl like myself to the extreme pizzazz. Wherever you fall on the spectrum of accessories embrace your inner girly girl and if no one has ever told you. I am encouraging, applauding and supporting you just for being who you are!
PEARLStoPONDER: Love just being the YOU God created!

Proverbs 31:30 Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised.


Posted by Crystal Ann Jones on June 5, 2019
Thank you First Lady Cynthia Jennings These blogs are very encouraging to read helps out a lot in many different areas of my life. I love that fact it can help to achieve with God's grace what I need to do. The girly girl, I have step out of my comfort zone to try different accessories and realize it wasn't for me. I'm pushing 63 soon and the accessories I was to wear can't wear any more not of my age bracket, not for me God and I will not be please. So I thank you
Posted by Amanda on May 20, 2019
Love it!! As Iā€™m knocking on 50ā€™s door. And things start to shift. I have learned to really appreciate myself. Flaws and all. Great post
Posted by ELLA BROWN on May 17, 2019
I love the encouragement you give us words to ponder on thank you for feeding us.
Posted by Sandra Hardeman on May 16, 2019
Thank you Sis. Jennings for this. I have always been myself. There have times that maybe I was to much me, but I apologized. I like being a girly girl. I love your blogs, they make me think, be happy, take notice. God as Blessed. Much Love.
Posted by Erica on May 16, 2019
This is right on time!!!!!!Thank you....This is my season...I'm LEARNING to embrace the change
Posted by ARLETTA UNDERWOOD on May 16, 2019
Lol so nice to read!!! Love it!!! I never had that inner confidence but after being blessed with a daughter I'm teaching her to be cofident and just by doing that I have found mine. I love my girly girl!!!šŸ˜Š
Posted by Sis. O. Williams on May 15, 2019
This is so true... I've learned to stay in my lane...I really enjoyed it...
Posted by sylvia shelby on May 15, 2019
this is a good one, LOL I'm a Girly, Girly, love bright lip stick and different hair styles. but somedays I'm okay with just going out w/o makeup, baseball cap on, and still feel girly, girl LOL.. It took me awhile to embrace that beautiful, different woman of God... but I Love her to the moon and back
Posted by Lillie Miller on May 15, 2019
So you already know I will rock a custom hair accessory so if you need to sale that custom unit let me know frfr(lol) this is so germane to me today but with a slightly different take away. I am me and ALWAYS me but today you freed me up and now I will STOP trying to be EVERYTHING for EVERYBODY and will just be ME. First Lady thank you for your blogs as they evoke thoughts, emotions and are so empowering!!
Posted by Lesha on May 15, 2019
I enjoyed reading this blog it hit home for me a bit and made me laugh at how much as women we do this. I truly love your blogs.
Posted by Chris on May 15, 2019
I love your Blog!!!
Posted by Kenya on May 15, 2019
This was right on time! As I have been going through a phase where I question what happened to that moment where I look in the mirror and was happy with what I saw! Now I ask myself what can I change or do differently? I have to remind myself that, i am getting older, my body and preferences are changing and I have to embrace the change. I am not into the same fashions as the current trend, nor am I a girly girl all the time. I enjoy my comfy clothes and not needing to maintain the status quo of how a woman should look! I am turning 40 and I am finally excepting that I am perfectly, imperfect just how God created me.....but it took 5 years for me to get here!
Posted by Janice on May 15, 2019
I loved this...Being the mother of a Full-Figured daughter I had to teach her to Love herself and find those things that make her Feel Her Most Beautiful...I'm not Girly Girly But I must have a pair of earrings and lip gloss always. Allowing myself to wear my hair naturally was big I found such comfort in my Relaxed hair it allowed me to be acceptable in the world of BEAUTY yet I was never my True Self.Turning 50 I decided to expose myself to Myself and I love it...I know it's not for everyone but it sets me apart from my insecurities,my hang up about my looks and HELPED ME EMBRACE MY INNER STRENGTH,BEAUTY,CONFIDENCE now instead of Telling Rahni(my dau) I'm showing Her BY TRULY LIVING,LOVING MY BEST LIFE LAUGHING ALONG THE WAY....I love "MY GIRLY SELF" šŸ˜‰
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