recently, i found out that a
friend was having surgery.
shes a police officer who
was just placed on leave
because of an accident
and i just assumed
that her surgery had something to do
with the injuries to her back, legs and foot.
after playing phone tag for weeks,
we finally spoke. i was shocked when
i learned that she had actually went
under the knife to receive breast implants,
taking her from an A cup to a D!
she emailed me before and after pictures.
my first reaction was how the hell can you be
an A cup and still have sagging breasts.
then i was totally grossed out at the after
pix of her swelled breasts, incisions and
stitching. looking at the last pic, i was
able to really see the difference in her
new frame. the swelling was down but
her nipples were HUGE! she had no problem
answering my questions and we had a good
laugh about how she'll show them off
this summer but i started wondering why
doing something so drastic to your body
was the "in" thing. i dont think thers
anything about my body that i
would change. im happy and proud of
the woman that ive become. ive been a size
14 forever so im quite used to being
a plus sized woman. i get no complaints
from "hubby" who actually encourages me
to keep the weight on when i decide to slim
down. as far as botox, breast implants,
tummy tucks, face lifts etc, i think i like
the idea of accepting what my body decides
to do and being comfortable in my own,
btw, my friend also mentioned that when
her new breasts have healed she'll be going in
for a tummy tuck.
would you ever consider having plastic surgery to
change something about your looks?