Katie & Felici

This is the selfie that started this movement. I've always laughed at how funny it is but also felt bad about how I look (i.e. double chin, dorky glasses, closed eyes). It's the worst photo that exists of me and I never dared to share it, especially not publicly. Yet through the eyes of unconditional self-love I can choose to accept myself as I am here. It reminds me that bad moments pass and not to take myself too seriously.