I suppose our “Identity” . . . in the sense of who we think we are, or how we want others to perceive us . . . changes over time, in much the same way as our appearance does.
I know that from my own point-of-view, I now worry far less about others perception of me, than I used to. Accepting who we are, not trying to be the sort of person whom we know we are not, is all part of maturing and feeling comfortable in one’s self. And having that self-confidence, in just being ourselves, shapes how we interact with others around us and how, ultimately, they accept us . . . or otherwise!
So, as I say, I worry far less about those things than I probably did in my younger days. And looking at this picture from my #polaroidspast in 1989 makes me giggle now. Just who was I trying to be? A Sultry Siren ??? LOL!!! . . . or perhaps I was just sulking and getting annoyed at Hubby seeming to take forever to actually set-up his camera and “just click-the-button!” (Some things never change, he’s still the same!!!)
Anyway, there will be lots more thoughts on “Identity” to discover in this week’s theme at Wicked Wednesday from clicking-the-button below!
Xxx – K
Oh and P.S. – Be Proud of Who You Were . . . and
Who You Have Become!
Join me at #polaroidspast
Xxx – K