Doing this ISM shoot has given me something to do and I really am proud of it. Not in the way you could say "hey mom come see what I've been doing". But in the way of self expression and discovery and a realization of my sexuality and just taking it as it comes. Getting set up for this shoot was quite a challenge. I tried to make the pussy look cute and boobs look supple, while trying to hide flaws but also enhance my world of being in a chair. By doing this and letting myself be just me, my painting is becoming easier and at more of a flow. It's not such a fight as it was. I've received some great input from many people on this blog and I do give a lot of thought to what has been put out there for me.
Also, starting this blog I really just wanted to prove that someone like myself in a wheelchair could turn someone on or just evoke an interest, instead of be pitied or looked at as some kind of freak. Being a woman.... not a disabled woman. For some reason that was important to me, because I think a lot of people can't get past the thing attached to my ass. And I know many would say that wasn't true, that it's just me being self conscious. Well, they haven't been in my everyday world with the looks and stares and talking down to. It's a whole "walk in my shoes" thing.
So I'm going to continue on my little blogging journey. I'll probably continue sharing my body a bit( quite a bit on ISM) ;) and just writing what I need to write and have fun doing it. Please stay with me and who knows what will be next, it's an adventure.