I've found that being a natural girl for the past 3 years has helped me live a more authentic life! My big chop signified more than just hair being swept up in a dust pan by my beautician! This journey began my search for growth, deeper spirituality, and contribution to socieity! As with any journey, this has not been without "Pink Hula Hoops"! Some may ask, "Why did you choose the color pink"? My answer is simple, pink in my opinion represents feminity. The color pink connects us from birth, gives us the power, and takes the strain out guessing if it is a boy or girl! To my surprise not everyone was elated with this transformation or journey taking place in my life. My significant other has become the chief antagonist on this journey! I did cut my hair and allow my natual curls and kinks to show! What does he see? How can I make him realize that because my hair is not flowing down my back, and silky straight; I still have the "Pink Hula Hoop"! As a matter of fact the only thing that has changed is my hair! What do you do when your significant other loves everthing about you; your body, smile, but not that hair! If we make conssesions for hoops that others create, will the the hoops get larger or smaller? I am a firm beliver that personal power can move mountains, and it's quite confidence that solves problems. I am way beyond the insecure, and self-criticims of life! There is power and quiet confidence in the "Pink Hula Hoop"! Keep in mind "Pink Hula Hooping" is not easy, and not everyone can do it! However, when it's done, everyone takes notice!!