"The goal of the Operation Beautiful website is to end negative self-talk or “Fat Talk.” ... I hope it helps readers realize how truly toxic negative self-talk is — it hurts you emotionally, spiritually, and physically.Through my own experiences fighting Fat Talk, I’ve realized the power behind an anonymous act such as Operation Beautiful."
On Wednesday a few people and myself went around campus with chalk and sticky notes and chalked and put sticky notes all over the place! Personally, I know that I do not realize the effect that the negative self talk has on myself and others. Operation Beautiful helps people to become more aware of the effect that their words have on people and the way that they view themself. Just be aware that every word that comes out of your mouth has either a positive or negative impact on the people around you and yourself. God has made each and every one of us into beautiful people and if we were different, we wouldn't be us. God called YOU out just the way you are for a specific purpose. If you don't see that now, hopefully he will reveal that to you later on. But please just keep in mind that you are fearfully and wonderfully made! (Psalm 139:14)
Next is a story about my MC class.
One of the newly found traditions in my MC class is to go out to eat after meeting. I'm not sure why or when this started, but for most of us, we just always go out to eat together after meeting. Sometimes we go to Buschs, because of their 1/2 price meal for Baylor students, and we normally see a good majority of the band there! It's quite funny actually! We joke about the band following us everywhere! Most recently we went to Cici's when we turned in the wrong turn, scarfed down a macaroni and cheese pizza, and ate wayy too many cinnamon rolls! Most of the time, like we Tau Beta's do, we talk about food, band, or boys. We share many laughs, go on many rants, and share our love in the bond. I just wanted to share with you a little bit bout some silly things we do together as a sisterhood/MC class :) I know my sisters are there for me no mater what happens or no matter what I go through. My dad was recently in the hospital trying to figure out what, if anything, was wrong with his heart and my Tau Beta sisters were a strong group of girls who I could ask to pray for me, to love on me, and to tell me that everything was okay, not matter what the outcome! If you are wondering, my dad is fine now, he just had a small blockage in a minor artery (Praise God!). It is just so comforting to know that no matter what may happen in your life, you have sisters who will be your strong bridge when you need them the most!