Well Dressed In Self Defense

This is a fashion post with a very personal and serious message. Please don't just scroll down to the pictures in order to leave a quick comment. Instead, please read with an open mind and remember that as long as it's respectful I welcome differences of opinion and encourage debate.

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Hands On A Comet

Hands On A Comet

We blog because we want to share a part of who we are with the world. Our fashion sense, our knowledge, our life experiences, are what we pour onto our posts in search of validation and commonality. It's become my mission to show you my passions expressed in my town with my physical limitations at my stage in life. That includes fashion and trends and giveaways but also a steady push towards social awareness and acceptance of the disabled.

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Something's Gotta Give

Something's Gotta Give

You know, I'm not a big fan of change. But sometimes it becomes terribly obvious that something's gotta give. No doubt most of you have noticed that I'm not keeping up with your blogs and social media as assiduously as I used to. It's not for lack of interest on my part, nor is it because I think less of any of you. Quite the contrary.

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Violet Vixen

Violet Vixen

When someone like Spy Girl throws down the gauntlet to wear purple you know good and well I'm going to take it. After all, it is my signature color.

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Cherry Bomb

Cherry Bomb

Do you think I'm too old to be a badass? When I was a teenager young girls didn't yet have equal footing with their male counterparts. Girls were too weak to be badasses; especially someone as physically disabled and mortally shy (yup, I was shy!) as me. Then I found The Runaways and learned that I could be a badass.

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Put On Your Red Dress Baby

Put On Your Red Dress Baby

And don't forget your high-heeled boots. Although these pictures were taken several weeks ago I wanted to use them today, post-Thanksgiving, to talk about some of the things I'm thankful for that may seem a bit trivial to some but mean the world to me. 

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