#365feministselfie: Week 33

I am again participating in the #365feministselfie project, now in its fifth year, and promised a thread for others to share selfies and/or talk about the project, visibility generally, self-apprecation, and related topics. So here is a thread for Week 33!

A few of my selfies over the last two weeks:

image of me from the shoulders up with my hair up and contacts in, making a silly face as I look in the mirror
A slightly cross-eyed and very slap-happy lady fixes to wash her face.

image of Deeky and me from the shoulders up, standing together smiling in my entryway
These two assholes.

image of me from mid-chest up, standing in the doorway between my kitchen and the entryway, looking wilty; Zelda the Black and Tan Mutt is pictured lying on the tiled floor in the background
It's been so muggy that, even with the AC running, all some of us can do
is lie on the cool tile floor — or the couch! — and not move too much, lol.

image of my face in close-up, smiling broadly
Snuggled in under a blanket on a rainy day,
for a three-hour marathon phone call with my girl Miller.

image of me from the shoulders up in a green t-shirt and wearing contacts, with my hair down, smiling widely
Just home from my first swim in a long while and VERY HAPPY about it!

image of me from the waist up, standing in a mirror taking my picture, wearing a white blouse with a colorful flowery pattern
Kind of a doofy expression here, but whatever lol. I like this top!

image of me in the car, wearing a Dirty Dancing t-shirt and shades
Old Swim Head on her way to the pool.

Please feel welcome and encouraged to share your own selfies in comments, or share your thoughts on the project, or solicit encouragement or advice, or do whatever else feels best for you to participate, if you are inclined to do so!

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