It's a bit hard to read in the pic, because my chest is either a bit too small or a bit too round. Neither of those are necessarily bad things though.
I think a corelary to that would be: Women who worry too much about their appearance seldom make history. That's something that I'm still only learning to take to heart.
I got a great new pair of summer sandle-shoes yesterday, and I was thinking about shoe sizes. One of the great things about feet is: there is no shame in foot size. You just ARE a certain size, and that's that.
I don't feel lazy or without willpower or scrawny because of the size of my feet. And nobody else thinks those things either. Wouldn't it be great if we could feel that way about our whole bodies? About everybody's body?
I'm not good at it yet, but I'm working on it. I need to focus less on trivial things - because there is history to be made.