She was a beautiful dark skinned sister with flawless skin, amazing weaved in braids that cascaded past her shoulders all the way down to her butt. She had about a 24 inch waist and I swear..... about a 48-50 inch booty. Now what made her booty amazing was that is was super round, did not appear the least bit flabby and it was ummmmm just out there. It was cartoonish but beautiful at the same time. I really wanted to take my phone out and take a picture of that butt. Weird but true, lol.....cuz it was just crazy!!
I forced myself to stop staring and got into line to pay for my hair products. She got her stuff and also waited in line. There were a couple of other ladies in line and I looked at them to see if they were looking at that girl's booty....and indeed they were looking too. After all, this "booty girl" was sporting her stuff. She had some painted on jeans with a cool double belt similar to the double belts that were popular in the early 90's. She had high heel boots and a cool small clutch purse that matched her boots. She was amazing.
I found a picture that kinda resembles her shape..... Pretty darn close
|Are you kidding me.....really???|
As I headed home, I thought about that pretty booty girl and I began to smile in celebration of the beauty of our black women. I remember growing up in a white community with a handful of blacks. I was one of 2 black girls in my class. For the most part all my white classmates treated me well, but I often got comments about my kinky hair and I was not popular with the boys.... at all. I remember wishing that I had long straight hair that moved with the wind. I remember wishing that the boys liked me....but they didn't. I thought I was ugly. I remember playing on the playground when this mean little girl came up to me and asked me if I was a girl or a boy. I had ponytails and I did not think I looked like a boy, but after that comment, I thought maybe I did look like a boy and I felt even more ugly.
But I have a GREAT mother who saw that I was struggling with self esteem. She went out of her way to tell me how beautiful I was all the time. She always talked about the beauty of a dark black woman. LOL, she always emphasized the dark part because I was dark-skinned living in a white environment. So, I thought I was a BEAUTIFUL dark skinned black girl at home......and an ugly duckling at school.
|Just an average home town girl|
Well, I grew up....with confidence thanks to my mom. And I think black women are amongst the most beautiful women in the world.
Celebrating beautiful black women today with these amazing pictures :)
|Erikah Badu....amazingly gorgeous|
|Honey brown skin with a perfect face|
|Just dang cute|
|Love this pic!|
|I forget her name...she is famous|
|LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS PIC|
|Ethnic beautiful lips that I admire cuz I have none!!|
|My favorite pic|
In a few weeks I will celebrate the beautiful white girls in the house :)
Oh yeah.....this is a blog about my fitness journey...lol. I have digressed...hehehe. I trained legs today and I am hungry :)