The Power of Pink

pink15Growing up, my mom dressed me and my sister up in a lot of pastel pink dresses.  Since I was the prissy, more feminine one of the two daughters, I actually relished and loved all of the pink articles of clothing we wore.  As with everything that we learn while we get older, I recall steering away from wearing any pinks all through high school.  I think it was because the kids I hung out with in school thought that pink was a weak color and insinuated the term as such.  What do kids know, right?  Anyhow, at the time I never really gave it much thought, however, now as I reflect on my past; I guess I did conform to peer pressure at that point in my life. So as I became “my own” person in life; I started to add the pastel rose hues to my wardrobe again and though I don’t own a lot of pinks since my closet is full of blacks, whites and earth tones; I am a Proud Pink-Wearer… 

In this generation, negative connotations of the color pink has somewhat been pushed six foot under and I am so happy for that because we all should enjoy the colors of the world.  There isn’t even much pre-thought into the matter these days that even men are wearing the color pink.  

So my dear readers, this post is dedicated to the Power of Pink in all it’s blushing glory!  Enjoy!



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