“No matter how plain a woman may be, if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
Every year for March, Women’s History Month, I ask guest bloggers to write for Reviving Identity every day. This year’s prompt is: write about a time when you felt beautiful, either inside or out.
This topic was a sensitive one for many of my writers, so I hope you will read courage and vulnerability between the lines of each woman’s post.
I also hope that you will find your own courage, vulnerability, and beauty in the subtext of each story.
See you March 1.