Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Love YOUrself Challenge!

Hi everyone, I decided to take part in Zoe's Valentine challenge so here is a body part that I like...I guess to say I'm "proud" of it would be kinda weird...but I like this body part as a result of running...Probably the polar opposite of what most women would say, BUT...I LOVE MY CHEST! :-)


It's so convenient, super comfortable for running and sleeping on my stomach, and I can wear whatever kind of shirts/dresses I want. I can't imagine having a "bounce" there. Both my grandmothers, my aunts and cousins are all very large on the top so thank you running for keeping things small!! :-) 

TMI? Sorry.

24 comments:

Running and living said...

If I were a guy, I'd be upset that you did not take the pic waist up. LOL. I don't care for breast either, and my hubby is not a breast man, so it's all good. I can only imagine how hard it must be to carry 2 mellons...all for the pleasure of others...I am too selfish for that!

Carly said...

Hahaha...nice!

Jennifer said...

When I lost all my weight I also lost the boobs, I am so happy they went away! Fun post!

Amanda said...

That's funny. I can relate, I don't have much there and it doesn't bother me a bit :)!

ShutUpandRun said...

You are so cute. I love your chest too.

Now give me some Boston happy hour options for our meet up!! I know you've got the scoop.

marathonmaiden said...

hahaha. i love that you chose this. i like my chest too, it's small but it fits me :)

Happy Feet 26.2 said...

ha ha....and I thought I was weird for liking my small boobs. I can't imagine EVER making them larger like many woman do, or want to do. Not me...if anything, they can be smaller and that would be FINE with me.

Richelle said...

I'm pretty flat-chested myself. I've never liked my small boobs, but I'm thankful they're not a nuisance when I run. :)

Leah B. said...

This is great! I'm glad you can be confident and happy with your chest. I don't mind my small chest either. It's what we get for being runners and I'm proud of that :)

H Love said...

hmmm I guess you have a point! cute pic!

Katie said...

I love it when my chest is small, which is most of the time. Right now I'm breastfeeding so I'm much larger than usual. And it is a pain in the butt when running...

Jen said...

I used to be a 36K.... I love my 34 barely B's now. I did have a breast reduction and had 4.5lbs removed, but was still a 36 large C.... running has taken care of the rest. Sometimes, I wish I had a little more but thank you to VS I can have it when I want it. :)

Denise said...

yup, the ta tas might be my least favorite!!

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

I feel you! My sis is a DDD. I am a AA. I much prefer my scenerio.

fancy nancy said...

Perfect! After I had my daughter I lost the girls too...and I couldn't be happier!

Morgan said...

You know what??? That is so true! I guess I never thought about that... I always just get sad that I don't have a cleavage! LOL! Love this!!!

Marlene said...

You are cute!

Jen said...

I'm pretty small myself and I've come from wishing I had more to accepting it, but someday I hope to be at the point where you are. I love your self confidence.

Jill said...

Hahah, what a cutie! :)
Gotta love the A's!!

Colleen said...

Where is Ryan's comment??? ;)

N.D. said...

Love it. :)

Zoƫ said...

Oh goodness! That's awesome! I'm sorry I didn't add you until now to the results...I was going by the emails I received. Now you've been added to the list of amazing body parts! Ha ha!

This is the only time I can say this without worrying of sexual harassment stuff:
NICE CHEST! ;)

Katie A. said...

LOL! I'm president of the itty-bitty-titty committee, and I couldn't be more proud! I love that you can't tell I'm not wearing a bra sometimes! And it's all thanks to running ;)
Although, sometimes I do feel as flat as a 10 yo girl, and finding bras in my size is ridic - training bra please!

Jack Sebastian said...

So that's why many female athletes, especially those who join sports events, have smaller chests. But that only confuses me since I've read some stuff about female athletes who have undergone breast enhancement procedures. I wonder if my sister's cosmetic surgeon here in San Francisco has had athlete customers.