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- Learning to love my whole self, and it's been a long journey. It's so easy to think "I'm not like other girls." I'm not what the world puts on the magazines, not the girl the guys turn their heads for, BUT I am a child of God and THAT trumps it all right? I was reminded today that we are more than just children of God but we are joint heirs in Christ!! Whoa. Doesn't that change your perspective? Sooo... every day this week I'm challenging myself to look in the mirror and speak over myself what and who God sees. Beauty. Inside and out because He is my creator. And I am his creation. So friends, I urge you to remind yourselves of who you are in Christ! Walk in that. 🥀 . . . . . . . #pallete #agameoftones #sunday #weekendvibes #honestcaption #honesty #truth #jesus #message #believe #vsco #vscocam #white #12south #nashville #mycity #mystyle #fashionista #agameoftones #pallete #fashionista #beauty #beautiful
- Learning to love my whole self, and it& #39;s been a long journey. It& #39;s so easy to think "I& #39;m not like other girls." I& #39;m not what the world puts on the magazines, not the girl the guys turn their heads for, BUT I am a child of God and THAT trumps it all right? I was reminded today that we are more than just children of God but we are joint heirs in Christ!! Whoa. Doesn& #39;t that change your perspective? Sooo... every day this week I& #39;m challenging myself to look in the mirror and speak over myself what and who God sees. Beauty. Inside and out because He is my creator. And I am his creation. So friends, I urge you to remind yourselves of who you are in Christ! Walk in that. 🥀 . . . . . . . #pallete #agameoftones #sunday #weekendvibes #honestcaption #honesty #truth #jesus #message #believe #vsco #vscocam #white #12south #nashville #mycity #mystyle #fashionista #agameoftones #pallete #fashionista #beauty #beautiful
- Learning to love my whole self, and it's been a long journey. It's so easy to think "I'm not like other girls." I'm not what the world puts on the magazines, not the girl the guys turn their heads for, BUT I am a child of God and THAT trumps it all right? I was reminded today that we are more than just children of God but we are joint heirs in Christ!! Whoa. Doesn't that change your perspective? Sooo... every day this week I'm challenging myself to look in the mirror and speak over myself what and who God sees. Beauty. Inside and out because He is my creator. And I am his creation. So friends, I urge you to remind yourselves of who you are in Christ! Walk in that. 🥀 . . . . . . . #pallete #agameoftones #sunday #weekendvibes #honestcaption #honesty #truth #jesus #message #believe #vsco #vscocam #white #12south #nashville #mycity #mystyle #fashionista #agameoftones #pallete #fashionista #beauty #beautiful
- In this first of three games in eight days Ottawa Fury FC played to a 1-1 draw with Louisville City FC under a sweltering 32 degrees at TD Place extending their unbeaten streak to five games. It would be George Davis IV who opened the scoring for Louisville City FC in the 56th minute, while substitute Nick DePuy leveled the score for Ottawa in the 68th minute, earning another crucial point for Fury FC, who are looking to break into the top eight with four games remaining. Looking like a team full of confidence, Fury FC cranked up the heat early on, applying plenty of pressure in the opening stages of the game. Inside the opening half hour, Ottawa gained chances from Andrae Campbell and AdonijahReid, but neither was able to find the target. Campbell also came up big defensively for Fury FC making a timely challenge on Luke Spencer in the 36th minute to thwart the breakaway opportunity and limited the Louisville striker to a soft shot on goal. De Guzman turned to his bench in the 61st minute, bringing on Carl Haworth who, prior to the game, was honoured for playing his 100th match with the club two weeks ago in Rochester. Nick DePuy, who joined the club on loan from Montreal Minutes later, a determined run from Jon Barden down the right side earned him space inside the penalty area. He picked out Carl Haworth whose one-timed effort was denied by DePuy volleyed home the rebound to pull Ottawa level. #furyfc #ottawafury #myottawa #mycity #igersottawa #uslsoccer #professionalsoccer #photoflashjr #sportsnews #igersontario #gatineau #outaouais #loveottawa #tdplace #loucityfc #LouCity #ottvlou #
- In this first of three games in eight days Ottawa Fury FC played to a 1-1 draw with Louisville City FC under a sweltering 32 degrees at TD Place extending their unbeaten streak to five games. It would be George Davis IV who opened the scoring for Louisville City FC in the 56th minute, while substitute Nick DePuy leveled the score for Ottawa in the 68th minute, earning another crucial point for Fury FC, who are looking to break into the top eight with four games remaining. Looking like a team full of confidence, Fury FC cranked up the heat early on, applying plenty of pressure in the opening stages of the game. Inside the opening half hour, Ottawa gained chances from Andrae Campbell and AdonijahReid, but neither was able to find the target. Campbell also came up big defensively for Fury FC making a timely challenge on Luke Spencer in the 36th minute to thwart the breakaway opportunity and limited the Louisville striker to a soft shot on goal. De Guzman turned to his bench in the 61st minute, bringing on Carl Haworth who, prior to the game, was honoured for playing his 100th match with the club two weeks ago in Rochester. Nick DePuy, who joined the club on loan from Montreal Minutes later, a determined run from Jon Barden down the right side earned him space inside the penalty area. He picked out Carl Haworth whose one-timed effort was denied by DePuy volleyed home the rebound to pull Ottawa level. #furyfc #ottawafury #myottawa #mycity #igersottawa #uslsoccer #professionalsoccer #photoflashjr #sportsnews #igersontario #gatineau #outaouais #loveottawa #tdplace #loucityfc #LouCity #ottvlou #
- In this first of three games in eight days Ottawa Fury FC played to a 1-1 draw with Louisville City FC under a sweltering 32 degrees at TD Place extending their unbeaten streak to five games. It would be George Davis IV who opened the scoring for Louisville City FC in the 56th minute, while substitute Nick DePuy leveled the score for Ottawa in the 68th minute, earning another crucial point for Fury FC, who are looking to break into the top eight with four games remaining. Looking like a team full of confidence, Fury FC cranked up the heat early on, applying plenty of pressure in the opening stages of the game. Inside the opening half hour, Ottawa gained chances from Andrae Campbell and AdonijahReid, but neither was able to find the target. Campbell also came up big defensively for Fury FC making a timely challenge on Luke Spencer in the 36th minute to thwart the breakaway opportunity and limited the Louisville striker to a soft shot on goal. De Guzman turned to his bench in the 61st minute, bringing on Carl Haworth who, prior to the game, was honoured for playing his 100th match with the club two weeks ago in Rochester. Nick DePuy, who joined the club on loan from Montreal Minutes later, a determined run from Jon Barden down the right side earned him space inside the penalty area. He picked out Carl Haworth whose one-timed effort was denied by DePuy volleyed home the rebound to pull Ottawa level. #furyfc #ottawafury #myottawa #mycity #igersottawa #uslsoccer #professionalsoccer #photoflashjr #sportsnews #igersontario #gatineau #outaouais #loveottawa #tdplace #loucityfc #LouCity #ottvlou #

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