#365feministselfie: Week 19

I am participating once again in the #365feministselfie project, now in its sixth year. Here is a thread for others to share selfies and/or talk about the project, visibility generally, self-appreciation, and related topics. And also because I always just love seeing your splendid faces!

A few of my selfies over the last two weeks:

image of my feet in the grass
I love spring.

Doing some work in the garden.

image of me in the car, from the shoulders up, wearing a green t-shirt, with my hair pulled back and glasses sitting on top of my head, smiling; Zelda the Black and Tan Mutt is pictured in the backseat, and Dudley the Greyhound can be seen in the far back compartment of our Subaru Forester
On the way home from the vet with two good dogs!

image of me from the shoulders up, wearing a green tank-top and grey-framed glasses, with my hair pulled up, standing in my garden with sun rays from the setting sun behind me
In the garden. Spring spring spring!

image of me from the shoulders up, lying in bed, wearing a strappy sleeveless top and a tired expression
After another long day. Every workday feels like a thousand years.
The tired has seeped to the center of my bones. Nevertheless, she persists.

image of me on the couch, wearing a strappy sleeveless top and grey-framed glasses, with my hair pulled back, smiling and posing next to Zelda the Black and Tan Mutt, who is sitting in front of me in a protective position
A black bear and a wolf had a baby and I found her in a basket
in the river and now she protects me from monsters and vengeful gods.

image of me from mid-chest up in a car, wearing a blue and black patterned top under a blue moto jacket, with my hair pulled into a top-knot on my head, smiling
In the car on the way to see The Avengers.
As you can see, I was very excited, but I hated it SORRY.

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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